Venice: A Historic City Facing Modern Contamination

By Kimberly Sung, Education Project Leader for Save the Water™ | November 3, 2016 Venice, “the Floating City,” was built in the 5th century over 118 low-lying saltmarshes in the Venetian Lagoon, which is located along the northeastern shore of Italy. The city developed from a series of smaller communities that, over time, became unified […]

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Savar Beel Baghil: A Lifeline Forced to Die

Beel Baghil, a canal in Savar which was once so lively with fresh water flow and aquatic biodiversity, is now completely dead thanks to unabated encroachments and pollution.

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