What motivates a Danish artists’ group to make a movie in which one of the America’s iconic fast-food restaurants is inexplicably flooded? Superflex here comment on the content of their “post-apocalyptic movie,” Flooded McDonald’s.
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…]
Alaska has both a surging salmon fishing industry and gold mining industry. But a mining company’s proposal to build what could be the biggest gold and copper mine in the world may be toxic to the salmon population. It’s causing some to question what’s worth more: the salmon or the gold?
The American Society of Civil Engineers gave the U.S. a “D” grade for the quality of its drinking water systems based on an evaluation of their safety, condition, capacity, and other criteria.
WOLFFORTH, Texas – As many as 63 million people – nearly a fifth of the country – … [more…]
With the drought officially over and the summer heat upon us, people all across California are heading outdoors. For many, that means a day on the river or relaxing by the lake. The wet winter means there’s plenty of habitat for one of nature’s most curious creatures. Water striders, also called pond skaters, seem to defy gravity. You’ve probably seen them flittering across the water’s surface, dodging ripples as they