Preparations are underway in New York ahead of June’s UN Oceans Conference, which is focused on achieving UN Sustainable Development Goal 14: ‘Life Below Water’. An estimated 40% of the world’s oceans are being badly affected by unsustainable practices.
Six months after a 10-year-old boy, Caleb Schwab, was decapitated while riding the world’s tallest water slide in Kansas, his parents are still grieving his untimely death, ABC News reports. Caleb’s father, Scott Schwab, — a House Representative...Show More Summary
Some geologists argue that this area should be acknowledged as our world's eighth continent. It has not previously been recognized because most of it is under water.Geophysical data suggest that a region spanning 5 million square kilometres,...Show More Summary
When I was five, I almost drowned after stepping into the deep end of a lake. I can still recall the terror, my small arms flailing toward the sunlight above the water, my legs kicking in all directions to find ground. A month into the...Show More Summary
If you want to take your adventuresome side to the next level, this Crystal Explorer Kayak will do the trick. The clear canoe-kayak hybrid allows you to observe the water beneath you without any obstruction. It works in both smooth and choppy waters, so you can use it just about anywhere. Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Friday, February 17, and Saturday, February 18. All times are Eastern. Top picks Planet Earth II (BBC America, AMC, Sundance, 9 p.m., Saturday): We could do lots of jokes about “seeing all this...Show More Summary
When we think Greece, we automatically picture the white-washed buildings and blue waters. As much as we love its picturesque cities like Santorini, they tend to make us forget that the Mediterranean country is full of other worldly beauty. Show More Summary
Thanks to a new fleet of transparent watercraft from a Florida-based company, the underwater world is yours to view now.
Keeping California properly hydrated requires some of the most complicated plumbing in the world. The post Why Is Oroville a Big Deal? Look at All the Places That Need Its Water appeared first on WIRED.
The one thing we can all agree on---making this world better for our children. The post A Wakeup Call for Parents About Our Food and Water Supply appeared first on The Good Men Project.
New compact FLIR M100/M200 thermal cameras deliver a new level of awareness on the water WILSONVILLE, OR (February 15, 2017) – Today we announced the launch of M100 and M200 marine thermal cameras, which brings the world of thermal vision to more recreational boaters. Show More Summary
Last week we wrote about Lady Gaga’s impressive Super Bowl performance, in which 300 drones created a light show to provide the backdrop for her performance, and later morphed from the Intel to the Pepsi logo. Before that performance...Show More Summary
"We know that no one is entitled to a happy ending, and this has further strengthened our drive to fight for the inclusive and empowering world we want to see."
The world's current reliance on fossil fuel energy, which is finite and a major source of pollution, begs for new, greener energy solutions. Electrochemical water catalysis or "water splitting," the chemical reaction by which water is...Show More Summary
(Image credit: Lonny) Most showers are not fancy. They get the job done. They have a spout that water comes out of, a drain at the bottom and some sort of enclosure to keep water from getting all over the place. These are not those showers. READ MORE »
I'm beginning to have a real "first world problem" when it comes to operating the blog, and that is that so many generous folks are sending me cards that it's truly becoming a part-time job keeping up with everything. Much of this is...Show More Summary
LG is pulling out all the stops to hype up the LG G6 at Mobile World Congress later this months. Their latest teasers have to do with water resistance and reliability.
Tiny creatures in the Mariana Trench have high levels of industrial contamination. The new findings suggest that even Earth's most remote locales feel the effects of human beings.
The parents of a 10-year-old boy who died while riding on the world's tallest water slide at a water park in Kansas said they are still grieving but are thankful … Click to Continue »
Washington - Business leaders across America have been navigating a new world of trade-offs since Donald Trump became president last month. But perhaps no major chief executive has wrestled as directly or frequently with his or her connections...Show More Summary