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WORLD WATER DAY
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The Water Is Coming, Cities Are Sinking. When Are We Going To Stop The Fossil Fuel Party?
Sea levels could rise 8 feet by 2100.
Wastewater Treatment: An Undervalued Driver Of Sustainability
Wastewater is no longer waste as innovation and holistic thinking enables water reuse and resource recovery. This piece is
What Does The Season Of Spring Mean When You’re Sick All Year Round?
Cassandra Marcella Metzger
JD, MA, RYT, founder of Wellspring Stones - the online oasis f...
This year, springtime met us in full-on crazy mode. We welcomed 70 degrees days with tank-tops and sunblock, only to find
This Company Wants You To Buy Its Gross-Looking Water Bottles
It's for a good cause!
People Power Defeats 'Death Sentence' Water Bill In Nigeria -- But The Fight Isn't Over
On World Water Day, a massive rally unfolded in Lagos, Africa's most populous city, to protest the ongoing water crisis.
Why Our Global Water Crisis Needs A Moonshot
To Build a Bridge to Abundance for All
By Zenia Tata, Executive Director, Global Expansion, XPRIZE On World Water Day, we are served a powerful reminder that water
Billy Weeks for the Task Force for Global Health
This World Water Day, Let’s Celebrate Efforts To Eliminate Trachoma Once And For All
Chair, International Coalition of Trachoma Control and Global ...
This piece was co authored by Virginia Sarah with Geordie Woods, Technical Adviser Neglected Tropical Diseases, Sightsavers
A Single Toilet Can Mean Safety And Dignity For Girls
Girls who relieve themselves outdoors are often subjected to attacks and other awful risks.
World Water Day in a Time of Drought
Anne Lynam Goddard is president and CEO of ChildFund Internati...
This is the case now during the ongoing drought in Ethiopia. Currently, more than 2 million children are at risk of dropping
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How The Water Crisis Is Hurting Family Farmers In California
“There’s families in these little towns, and everybody depends on the work that these farms provide."
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World Water Day 2016: Experts Discuss Global Water Issues
Writer | Orlando, FL
Since 1993, the UN has designated March 22 as "World Water Day," or a day for people around the globe to join together for an international discussion about protecting the world's most valuable resource.
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Why Levi's Is Giving Away Its Trade Secrets
Alexander C. Kaufman
The company is sharing its water-saving strategies with rivals.
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Global Poor Spend More Of Their Money On Water Than Rich.. And Basically, Everyone Else
One in 10 people don’t have access to the clean water they need to live.
Calling On Big Business to Step Up and Help Solve California's Water Woes
Senior Manager, California Policy and Partnerships, Ceres
As increasingly more companies realize the critical role the can and must play in the effort to create a sustainable water future, I believe that we will make great strides.
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Investing In Clean Water Will Create Much-Needed Jobs: UN
By Astrid Zweynert, Reuters
Half the world's workers are employed in industries heavily dependent on water.
The Only Alternative to Water Is Water: Blue Peace for the 21st Century
Former president of the Republic of Slovenia
There is no alternative to trans-boundary water cooperation anywhere in the world. Any two countries engaged in active water cooperation are not likely to go to war over water or any other reason.
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