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Danish city pioneers powering water treatment with sewage

Aarhus, Denmark will become the first city in the world to use wastewater to generate the energy for its treatment plant Using dirty water to generate clean water may sound like an unhygienic scam, but it’s about to become reality in Aarhus, Denmark. Show More Summary

Water Jobs & More - 6 December 2016

I am in Stockholm this week meeting with the smartest water people in the world at the Global Water Partnership meeting. Six of them are right her(e). I did not receive a jobs list from Josh but I know he has been traveling recently - last week he was in...

Sharon van Rouwendaal – Best Female Open Water Swimmer 2016 – FINA World Aquatics Gala

Sharon van Rouwendaal was elected as the FINA Best Female Open Watrer Swimmer at the FINA/Alisports World Aquatics Gala.

US high schoolers fall behind world peers in math, study says

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

U.S. high school students are falling further behind their global peers in mathematics and are treading water in reading and science, an ongoing survey on international education said on Tuesday. The triennial report by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development showed...

Why is EPA chief Gina McCarthy speaking at a conference full of private water company execs?

Private water firms have screwed over cities and citizens around the world, including Flint, Michigan.

Justin Bieber Delivers Gorgeous Acoustic ‘Cold Water’ Performance On Just Three Hours Sleep

Justin Bieber is single. And a busy singleton too, as he has just announced his super successful Purpose World Tour is stepping up to the stadium status in North America. More on that below. Back to the pop prince’s lack of relationship reveal. Show More Summary

The Value Trifecta Driving Green Buildings

I recently helped host 300 green buildings leaders in London and Dubai. These are quite different environments but the discussions were remarkably similar. Green buildings save energy and water and will help the world urbanize more sustainably. Show More Summary

Evac Acquires Uson Marine

Evac Group, the world’s leading provider of integrated waste, wastewater, and water management systems for the marine, offshore, and building industries, has acquired Uson Marine. The acquisition is expected to increase Evac’s market share in dry and wet waste management systems…

‘This Is Uncharted Waters’: Cooper Presses Kellyanne Conway on Taiwan Call

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

President-elect Donald Trump's call with Taiwan has set the political world ablazed, and Anderson Cooper pressed Kellyanne Conway on the unprecedented nature of the call.

Meet the man who ensures the Crystal Serenity is one of the world's best luxury ships 

Cuisine from Nobu, Philippe Starck furniture and a 360-degree promenade deck – US Crystal Cruises is redefining luxury at sea, offering guests a boutique hotel experience on water.

From a Yorkshire inn to a New York lobby, inside the best watering holes for escaping the winter chill

MailOnline Travel has rounded up some of the best places in the world to while away the winter including countryside pubs in the UK, American taverns and snug boltholes in Europe.

Madisyn Cox 200 IM 10th Fastest All Time, Ready for SC Worlds

By Gold Medal Mel Stewart on SwimSwam Texas standout Madisyn Cox was on fire tonight, tearing through the water on the way to the 10th fastest performance of all time in the women’s 200 IM final. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Madisyn Cox 200 IM 10th Fastest All Time, Ready for SC Worlds

How to have a sustainable holiday season and help make the world a better place

The planet needs our help.    According to the United Nations, less than 3 percent of the Earth’s water is drinkable, one in nine people in the world today are undernourished and some 103 million youth worldwide lack basic literacy skills. Show More Summary

Ocean acidification: a natural experiment

GLOBAL warming is not the only environmental change that is being wrought by rising emissions of carbon dioxide. This gas, acidic when dissolved in water, is also lowering the pH of the world’s sea water—a phenomenon known as ocean acidification. How much to worry about this acidification (or, strictly, reduction in alkalinity, for there is […]

Australia boosts spending to keep Great Barrier Reef off 'in danger' list

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will spend A$1.3 billion ($965.3 million) in the next five years to improve the water quality and wellbeing of the Great Barrier Reef to prevent the World Heritage Site being placed on the United Nation's "in danger" list.

Danish city becomes world's first to power water treatment plant with sewage

The Danish city of Aarhus is on the cusp of becoming the first city in the world to use energy created from household wastewater and sewage to power its water treatment facilities. The Marselisborg Wastewater Treatment Plant expectsShow More Summary

This Ad Shows When Girls Code, They Change the World—Bros Just Build a Mom Robot

Ask two women to write code that will build a world-changing robot, and you'll get just that—a world-changing robot that measures the pollution in water and saves lives. Ask men to do the same thing, and you'll get a robot that's supposed to replace your mom, feeding you snacks and telling you when to clean your room. Show More Summary

Israel's Burgeoning Sustainable Innovation

From the world's most environmentally recycled paper to cutting-edge water shortage solutions, sustainable healthcare, energy conservation and the green construction and infrastructure of the future, Israel continues to make stridesShow More Summary

World’s first city to power its water needs with sewage energy

The city of Aarhus will supply fresh water using only energy created from its household wastewater and sewage - but will others be able to do the same?

What the Fahrenheit?!

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

When winter looms, we start to pay more attention to the thermometer. The Fahrenheit thermometers in the U.S. are altogether confusing for folks in most of the rest of the world. Why does water freeze at 32°F instead of the more sensible 0°C? We usually just shrug and say it's always been that way, but that's not true. Show More Summary

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