Aging, Aging, Everywhere, But What Will We Drink?

Written by April Day, Staff Writer for Save The Water™ | October 10th, 2017 Introduction: Leaks, Leaks & More Leaks Aging infrastructure plagues many of America’s water systems, Miami-Dade is no different. On June 20, 2017, “more than 700,000 gallons of raw sewage — poop and wastewater — spilled from a 63-inch pipe.”1 The no-swim […]

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Tibetan Plateau is an Important Water Source for Surrounding Nations

Article courtesy of Eleanor Albert | Date July 29, 2016 | CFR Backgrounders | Shared as educational material The Tibetan Plateau has long been a place of importance concerning water to the nations surrounding it. Because the Tibetan Plateau has the ice-filled Himalayas, it is a vital water source to growing nations such as China […]

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Geo-Engineering is a Promising Solution to Phosphorus Pollution in Lakes

Article courtesy of Elsevier | July 27, 2016 | R&D Magazine | Shared as educational material Phosphorus contamination has been one of the most serious issues to harm our water. It has been known to cause a number of ecological issues, including toxic algal blooms, a decrease in biodiversity, and an increase in health risks […]

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