What do many overweight and obese people have in common? Inadequate hydration. A new study discovered a strong link between obesity and dehydration
Watly is designed to solve three major infrastructure needs — access to clean water, electricity to run electronic devices and internet connectivity.
What was our water situation like before the Clean Water Act?
LucidEnergy, a Portland, Oregon-based startup that launched in 2007, has devised a system to get hydroelectric power from city water supply pipes.
New technology from Bangalore promises clean drinking water by drawing moisture from the air. Rain Tunnel Technology, invented by Dr Rajah Vijay Kumar, Chief Scientific Officer at the De Scalene Research Organization, will soon be available for both commercial and household use.
An atmospheric water generator harvests condensation from the air and puts out clean water that you can use to eat, drink, bathe, and even grow food.
What’s the best bottled water? It comes from the tap and goes into your reusable bottle!
It’s easy to take our access to running water for granted, and the Four Liters water challenge looks to change our perspective on water use.
We live in an age of screens. At work, many of us stare at a computer screen all day, then head home to watch television. In between, our eyes are glued to our smartphones as we check email, play Words with Friends (guilty!), and text our besties. All of that screen time can’t be healthy, and Giorgio Armani is challenging us to step away from our smartphones for just 10 minutes. In exchange, he will give a child in need a day’s worth of clean water.
With the epic storms ripping through the southeast this week, the news cycle has kind of moved past the dirty coal spill that contaminated a large part of the West Virginia water supply. Unfortunately, toxic chemicals associated with coal production are still showing up in some resident’s water.
The West Virginia water supply continues to have issues from the coal-related chemical leak.
We talk a lot about corporations and their control of our food supply, but the trouble with Nestlé doesn’t have that much to do with food.
World Water Day is celebrated every year on March 22. This year, the UN has designated it the International Year of Cooperation. Since water is a shared resource, conserving it and making it available to all who need it must be done at a community level.