A private corporation is exporting water from Chile during the fourth year of a drought.
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Happy Earth Day! Since the first Earth Day in 1970, billions of people have come together to better the world we live in.
Creating a better living space doesn’t have to cost a lot or take a lot of effort. In many ways, it’s the small things we do that can have a large impact.
Skip the bottle and all plastic entirely. Here’s the solution for your home or office. Quench, a company that serves half the Fortune 500, creates bottleless water coolers.
In honor of World Water Day, I thought I’d post a bit about a nifty invention – the Q-Drum.
The Q-Drum is a container which rolls across the ground as it is dragged behind a person.
It’s been more than a week since Shanghai authorities began pulling dead pigs from that city’s water source. More than 13,000 pigs have been collected so far, but there may be more.
An ad agency and a university teamed up to build a billboard that pulls water from the air.
Range Resources was accused by landowners near Weatherford, Texas of polluting their drinking water. Why did the EPA suddenly drop the lawsuit against Range Resources last year?
Thanksgiving is that wonderful time of the year when the temperatures outside are perfect. The heat of summer is gone, but the chill of winter hasn’t yet set in. We can enjoy the bounty of our table, then move outside for the annual croquet match without adding too many layers.
Toilet to tap is the term for taking wastewater from residences and businesses, cleaning it up, then sending it back to those same residences and businesses as drinking water. A recent study says that most Americans favor recycling water, but draw the line at toilet to tap. Is it really that bad?
Charity: Water has unveiled their 2012 holiday campaign. “100 Wells for the Holiday” aims to raise enough money to build one hundred clean water drinking wells in Ethiopia.
Less than 1% of the fresh water of the world’s fresh water is available for human consumption – even less of that is clean enough to drink.
Last week, India’s highest court ruled that toilets and drinking water must be available in every school in India, both public and private.