Long before the Marshall Islands disappear under rising seas, finding freshwater will become the most urgent consequence of climate change.
Human existence is about much more than water, but never about less. From birth until death, the faiths share this recognition
Besides the tried and true methods that we've all heard on how to save water (turn off the tap when brushing teeth, install low-flush toilets, shower with a friend) here are some that may not be so obvious.
Produced by the U.K.-based risk analysis firm Maplecroft, the 2011 Water Security Risk Index rates both regions as having
While you ponder, pray about, and respond to the critical issue of physical thirst, though, take a moment also to consider your spiritual thirst.
In our sanitation system, we pump water miles to our homes then we use that fresh water in catchbasins called toilets to convey our waste to a sewage treatment plant. How smart is that?
As the throngs at Copenhagen pack their bags and disperse from the historic summit back to all corners of the globe, a lone young Ohio woman, Katie Spotz, 24, is getting set to start out on a solitary, sea level voyage.
Embracing the concept, "every child has a right to clean water," the Washington State-based non-profit A Child's Right is about to outfit every orphanage in China with water filtration units.