Interesting article from How Stuff Works on why we can’t just manufacture water… Read it here!
World Water Day may have come and gone, but we’re still excited about any cool WWD news! Take this for instance. Jeff Opperman of The Nature Conservancy has made his own list of fun, groovy river songs to commemorate the annual event in his own way. Opperman’s musical selections allow him to highlight environmental issues [...]
Let’s inspire change! The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a clean water initiative called ‘Adopt Your Watershed’. The online EPA website allows you to not only discover what watershed, defined by the EPA’s website as, “the area that drains to a common waterway, such as a stream, lake, estuary, wetland, aquifer, or even [...]
Grossed out? You have good reason to be. Drinking waste water used in toilets doesn’t sound sanitary, but increasing water scarcity and other water-related issues have led some researchers to begin hunting for other viable options for drinking water.
While this may sound farfetched, and the article that serves as inspiration for this post provides more [...]
Everybody around here definitely realizes the extreme value of water. But for those who may not have been enlightened yet or just want to see just how crucial of a resource water is, swing over to The Seattle Times’ site. There, The Seattle Times recently published an opinion piece about the many issues surrounding [...]
Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder will be hosting an exclusive dinner at Le Belvedere mansion in Bel Air in order to raise funds and awareness for his organization which empowers and educates youth on the importance of protecting the environment and our animals. As part of the dinner, guests will get to walk away with [...]
You’ve probably never thought about taking the contents of your garbage cans and making it into art, right? No…rather the majority of us just wait for it to be picked up and added to one or more of the countless landfills sprinkled across the globe. Well, some individuals had a different idea of what and [...]