Roughly a quarter of the world’s population (1.8 billion people) lacks access to safe water and sanitation.
The Flint Water Crisis is far from over. It’s going to take time, money, and dedication to undo the damage done to this Michigan town. The people of Flint need all of us to stand up for their rights.
Oyster populations are waning, and the impacts could be more profound than the end of raw bars as we know it. How are oysters and clean water linked?
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.
Today is officially World Water Day 2012. Eat Drink Better and the Important Media network have decided to participate by providing written works on water issues around the world. Find [ … ]
Sustainable agriculture is a key component in reducing China’s air pollution and water contamination, protecting forests and wildlife, all while producing nutritious food.
Last Friday was Blog Action Day, where bloggers across the Internet pull together to raise awareness about one issue. This year’s topic was water, which is important in so many different ways. Several sites on the Important Media network participated, so we thought it might be fun to round up all of the posts from across the network in an Important Media Blog Action Day Carnival!
Here are the posts, grouped by site.