Megan Kot alerted me to this helpful publication from the World Health Organization - Europe, Water Safety Plan: a Field Guide to Improving Drinking-Water Safety in Small Communities. Here is a Russian version. Download Water-safety-plan-Eng From the publication's WWW site: Sufficient, acceptable and safe drinking-water is a key prerequisite for...
We know. It's cold outside and you're dreaming of beaches. Consider this the next best thing: awesome indoor water parks around the world.
What would it take to ensure that everyone in the world had access to clean water? I’m prompted to ask this question in response to a recent New York Times...
Tiger Woods has had his share of water balls and other mayhem in two rounds at Doral, but an enormous putt for birdie on the par-3 fourth puts a smile on the lips of the world No. 1. Tiger Woods did his best Paula Creamer imitation Friday...Show More Summary
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted 11-0 to ban the sale of plastic water bottles on public property. Supervisor President David Chiu declared: “It was not long ago that our world wasn't addicted to plastic water bottles… It...Show More Summary
An Arctic tern takes off from the water at Potter Marsh in Anchorage, Alaska, on June 6, 2010. [AP File Photo] On March 7, 2014, Secretary of State John Kerry issued instructions to all diplomats around the world on combating climate change. Show More Summary
by Mark Bibbins, Editor Blue Water Navy Darling, the world, it will come at you with the migrating eyes of flounder raveling through the matter of their own heads having reimagined axis and ground. There is a certain parasite that turns...Show More Summary
Some of the greatest architecture in the world, by which I mean attractive and sturdy both, came out of the need to control water. Among my favorites are Roman aqueducts. The Roman aqueduct (UNESCO World Heritage Site) of Segovia illuminated at night, Autonomous Community of Castilla Leon, Spain, March 2012. Cristina Arias/Cover/Getty Images... Read Full Post
Another one of those '36 hours in (fill in the blank)' meetings. This one comes to you from 'The Biggest Little City in the World': Reno, Nevada. That moniker is getting a bit old, as Reno is pushing 250,000 residents and the metro area is nearing 500,000. When I came...
Most of us take clean water for granted, but for 768 million people around the world, it’s a luxury. Learn more in this infographic: This March, the UNICEF Tap Project is challenging you put down your phone to help provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene to children in need. Take the challenge
At the end of last Wednesday's Revolution, Aaron woke up in a world with power on March 5, 2014. In "Dreamcatcher," Aaron relishes this fresh new world with clean clothes, water, and cold beer. This new reality is something he could have only dreamed about. Is it too good to be true?
By Josh Kearns Readers of this blog probably don’t have to be told that the proliferation of synthetic chemicals over the past century has hugely impacted drinking water sources around the world. But you might be shocked to learn that...Show More Summary
It’s surprising for most of us to imagine that clean and safe water is an issue here in the United States. Our water supply is considered one of the safest in the world. We rely on public water systems to […] Be the first to comment... Show More Summary
To help you celebrate National Pancake Day 2014, we put together a collection of international pancakes from all around the world that will make your mouth water.
What the world needs most is water – but beer is pretty important too! So water security was one of the issues addressed during a panel at the Bayer CropScience Ag Issues forum last week in San Antonio, and beer … Continue reading ?
In a perfect world, all potential roommates go through a screening process that involves a pair of see-through skivvies and a bucket of ice cold water. Let the revolution for a more perfect world begin. SFist reports that a “bunch of fun guys in their 20?s and the ‘house bunny’” are searching for a new […]
The UNICEF Tap Project is challenging you to put down your phone to help provide clean water to a child in need. Safe, clean drinking water is something most of us take for granted, but for 768 million people around the world, it’s not. Access to clean water improves lives in more ways than you […]
Whiskey means the life’s water! Today, the manufacturers of this distilled alcohol beverage, whiskey, has successfully retain the same classic taste and hence, a reason, why it is a part of almost every celebration and...
The world is a very big place and problems can come from almost anywhere—trouble could be a drop in rainfall in the mountains that leads to a drought that affects crops, or an increase in hurricanes off the coast needing … Continue reading ?
Happy fifth birthday, Acqua for Life! Giorgio Armani Fragrances has been supporting the UNICEF Tap Project — a nationwide campaign that helps provide the world’s children with access to safe, clean water — each March for the past five years. In March 2010, Giorgio Armani Fragrances debuted “Acqua for Life,” its “water for life” campaign […]