Activities & books about that teach our children about water conservation and the water cycle!
March 22nd is World Water Day.
It’s a day for all of us to remember that water is an important resource in our life and clean water is a limited resource for many around the world.
Everyone can make a difference in preserving this natural resource, even the youngest among us!
In fact, our kids … [more…]
Public perception of drought risk influences how people use water resources. New research sheds light on how public awareness could shift behaviors toward long-term water conservation. Credit: bozhdb/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images
Policy changes and media attention affect how much water Californians use, as well as how long these behaviors prevail. Could public awareness shift behaviors toward long-term conservation?
California’s population has almost doubled over the past 4 decades, growing from … [more…]
Photo: Amanda McFadden, a sales account manager at Ecolab’s Nalco Water company, examines water specimens at the new Water University in Illinois. [Ed.: how to conserve water
Global water demand is expected to exceed supplies by 40 percent by the year 2030. Moreover, large corporations are not using advanced tools available to manage water use. These are findings in a recent study by Ecolab and GreenBiz Group. To help address … [more…]
From the respected folks at charity: water.
663 million people on our planet drink dirty and dangerous water. Actually, they don’t just drink it, they work for it. They invest hours every day. And not only does it keep them out of school, or take up time that they could be using to earn money for their family, it also kills them.
That’s not an exaggeration. Diseases from unsafe water … [more…]
Once seen as a problem to be disposed of, municipal liquid waste is now being eyed as an option for addressing water scarcity
In California, wastewater is sanitized and blended with groundwater, supporting large-scale crop production. Properly managed, wastewater can be used safely to support crop production — directly through irrigation or indirectly by recharging aquifers — but doing so requires diligent management of health risks through adequate treatment or