Roughly a quarter of the world’s population (1.8 billion people) lacks access to safe water and sanitation.
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What do many overweight and obese people have in common? Inadequate hydration. A new study discovered a strong link between obesity and dehydration
LucidEnergy, a Portland, Oregon-based startup that launched in 2007, has devised a system to get hydroelectric power from city water supply pipes.
What if instead of cooking with gas, you could cook with solar? Our awesome sponsors at SunPower are giving away free solar power for life to one lucky homeowner in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, or New York. Get the deets on how to enter!
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.
You know that you need to stay hydrated to stay healthy, but have you wondered about the specific benefits of drinking enough water? The infographic below looks at water’s role in everything from brain and muscle function to healthy skin.
The measuring cup pictured above ruled my life yesterday. I measured every drop of water for cooking, cleaning, and drinking for the #4Liters Challenge.
You know that those disposable plastic water bottles are super convenient, but plastic waste piling up in landfills and polluting our oceans is not so convenient. What if there were a disposable water bottle that somehow didn’t create waste? Meet the edible water bottle!
After news that 15,000 Detroit households recently had their water shut off caught national attention, brazen animal rights group PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has offered to turn it back on. There’s just one small caveat: Detroit residents need to adopt a vegan diet.
If you’re intrigued by the idea of using greywater, check out this short list of valuable resources…
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 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.
Agriculture has a large water footprint, and some foods take a lot more water to produce than others. How do your favorite foods and drinks stack up?