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The Heart That Changed 100,000 Lives
Shortly before her ninth birthday, Rachel Beckwith learned that kids on the other side of the planet were spending more time walking to collect dirty water than they were in school. She decided to help.
Rapper Killer Mike Brings Awareness to Major Water Project
Grammy-winner and activist Killer Mike is creating a dialogue about the value of water in a most unusual way.
3 Ways Education Protects Our Vital Source Water
The water we're drinking today may have spent time in a glacier or even a dinosaur. And if dinosaurs can manage to keep water conserved, so can young people.
In Africa, Building Toilets Isn’t Enough to Remedy Poor Sanitation
As the world's population becomes more urban, the way that we need to provide basic services like water and sanitation is changing.
The Flow of Our Water Relies on Data Flow
Water data is vital to addressing the complex 21
century water challenges we face currently and in the very near future.
What We Learned from the Flint Crisis
Understanding what happened with the water supply in Michigan will help us prevent another contaminated water emergency.
Groundwater Remains An Undervalued Resource
Amid population growth and a changing climate, the world needs groundwater more than ever. Yet groundwater depletion and contamination continue to spread.
Farms and Ranches May Solve Our Broader Water Concerns
Runoff from farm fields contributes to algae outbreaks in Lake Erie and other parts of the country — pointing to the need for an innovative solution.
Connecting Water with Those in Need
By working together, we can make global access to clean, safe water a reality; but we each have an integral role to play in the fight.
Public Volunteers Test Waters to Protect Public Health
Volunteers are collecting water samples at beaches and at freshwater recreational sites across the country to bring together communities to help solve their local pollution problems.
How Social Technology Improves the Water Crisis
Drilling teams are leveraging sharing apps to streamline and scale the solution for local wells in Africa and beyond.
Eco Eats: 4 Drought-Friendly Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
These environmentally friendly dishes do more than simply make your day—they go a long way cutting back on water waste.
Excavating the Weakness in Our Water Infrastructure
Now is the time for us to come together and make much needed investments — community leaders, elected officials, business owners, workers and more.
When Water Kills: Committing to a Clean Solution in Africa
Nearly half a million babies die every year from dirty water and the simple lack of soap.
How Diverse Technologies Will End Our Water Crisis
A number of technologies have already begun to transform people’s lives by making clean, safe water reliably accessible. Here are some of them.
Sustainable and Savory: 4 Drought-Friendly Recipes that Won't Waste Water
These environmentally friendly dishes will let you prepare a delicious meal without overusing and wasting water.
How Professionals Can Manage Water Leakage
As droughts remain a problem for so many, it is increasingly crucial for water professionals to control leakage in a cost-effective manner.
For Too Many Women, Access to Water Is About More Than Thirst
Women have long been used as part of the water “infrastructure,” not seen as an important part of the solution.
Making Used Water Potable Again
Amid growing concerns over the global supply of water and droughts here at home, innovators are tapping unlikely sources for fresh water—and achieving startling results.
How to Determine What’s in Your Drinking Water
An important part of learning more about your drinking water quality is knowing where your drinking water comes from.
Why Water Wells Must Be Tapped Today
In a world filled with such remarkable scientific and technological advances, it is hard to imagine that one of today’s biggest problems—the lack of access to clean water—remains unsolved.
Toilet Talk: How Can We Solve the Global Sanitation Crisis?
Nearly 40 percent of the world’s population still lacks access to proper sanitation facilities. Each year, 700,000 children die from diarrhea caused by poor sanitation.
Galvanizing Communities in the Water Crisis
Globally an estimated 748 million people are still relying on unsafe drinking water.
Built to Last: Imagining a New Landscape for California
California’s statewide movement to adopt sustainable landscaping practices delivers resilient, cost-effective, attractive urban landscapes.
9 Tips: Give Your Lawn a Drought-Friendly Upgrade
Looking to cut back on water waste? These 9 tips will help you maintain your yard more efficiently.
Water Control: Empowering Women in Kenya
Women reinvest up to 90 percent of their incomes back into their own households. This potential can be unlocked by investing in clean water and sanitation systems.
Solving the Global Water Crisis with Every Clean, Drinkable Drop
Ten years ago, more than 5,000 children died daily from water-borne diseases. Despite an 80 percent drop, there's work to do.
Getting to the Bottom of Our Global Sanitation and Water Crisis
Nearly half of the hospital beds in the developing world are filled with people suffering from diseases due to lack of clean drinking water, poor hygiene regimens, and faulty sanitation systems. These thought leaders are making a difference on a global scale, drop by drop.
Reduce, Rinse, Repeat: A Room-By-Room Guide to Wasting Less Water (Infographic)
Even if you're not living in a drought-stricken region, cutting back on water use still results in a lower utility bill and helps conserve a precious resource.
Rob Machado and Hurley Partner to Reduce Possible Water Scarcity
Rob Machado speaks on his new partnership with Hurley to establish the H2O initiative and how other Californians can take up the cause for water conservation.
Saving Water, Saving Dollars: Sensible Solutions for Californians
California is in its fourth year of a major drought and experiencing one of the driest periods in its recorded history.
Is Your Diet Drought-Friendly?
Food experts and co-hosts of the “Pass the Salt” podcast, Nathan Lyon and Sarah Forman, chime in on the lifestyle changes they make to conserve water—and how you can too.
Finding the Right Filter for Your Household Water
In the wake of high-profile stories about contamination and water supply, we ask two prominent voices from the industry to chime in with tips for seeking out and maintaining the utilities that will keep you safe—and hydrated.
Experts Distill the Biggest Concerns of Future Water Use
We ask a pair of leading voices from the innovating water industry to discuss the expected changes to our water consumption and what’s being done today to combat those challenges tomorrow.
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