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Jal Jagruti Abhiyan - Official Trailer

Water Turns Blood Red in India

Pumped Dry: Desperate struggles for water in India

India - A daily struggle for clean water

India

Why India has a water crisis

AFTER two successive dry years, 330m people in India, around a quarter of the population, are facing acute water shortages. A scorching summer is at …

India

In Just 10 Years, India Is Going To Face A Massive Water Crisis

A water crisis is a situation when the supply of water is less than the demand due to non-availability of water or mismanagement of water resources. …

76 Million Don’t Have Safe Drinking Water: India’s Looming Water Crisis | World Water Day Special

Highlights<p>India is heading towards an unmanageable water crisis<br>• By 2030 India will have a water deficit of 50 per cent<br>• River pollution and poor storage …

Pollution

Tiny Stanford invention purifies water in minutes using the sun

A device smaller than a postage stamp could make a big impact on the everyday hiker, and possibly developing nations.<p>Is that a piece of bark in your drink? A bug, maybe? Nope. It's a tiny water-purifying tablet powered by the sun.<p>The device comes from scientists at the Department of Energy's SLAC …

Stanford University

New Invention Makes Ocean Water Drinkable

Source: www.occupycorporatism.com | Original Post Date: July 2, 2013 –<p>Chemists with the University of Texas and the University of Marburg have …

We Need to Address the Heavy Metals Polluting Our Water

There’s Something in the Water<p>Each day, millions of people in the United States wake up to water contaminated with heavy metal. While Flint, Michigan …

Pollution

Harnessing electricity-generating bacteria to clean up drinking water

The bacteria <i>Shewanella oneidensis</i> is a heavy metal fan. Its taste for iron, lead and mercury make it useful for cleaning water of these contaminants, …

Purifying water with swimming, bacteria-hunting microbots

In the future, contaminated water may be made drinkable not through the addition of harsh chemicals, but by pouring in a bucket of swimming robots …

Particles

Plastic fibres found in tap water around the world, study reveals

Exclusive: Tests show billions of people globally are drinking water contaminated by plastic particles, with 83% of samples found to be polluted<p>We are living on a plastic planet. What does it mean for our health?<p>Microplastic contamination has been found in tap water in countries around the world, …

Pollution

Fluoride exposure in utero linked to lower IQ in kids, study says

<b>(CNN) —</b> Increased levels of prenatal fluoride exposure may be associated with lower cognitive function in children, a new study says.<p>The study, published Tuesday in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, evaluated nearly 300 sets of mothers and children in Mexico and tested the children …

Fluoride

Precipitation Reactions: Crash Course Chemistry #9

Hong Kong: Stepping Up Water Security?

Last month on this website, Su Liu of Civic Exchange highlighted Hong Kong’s vulnerability, being largely dependent on the Dongjiang (DJ) River in …

Water and Sanitation - United Nations Sustainable Development

• 2.6 billion people have gained access to improved drinking water sources since 1990, but 663 million people are still without<p>At least 1.8 billion …

Water

Divers Are Exploring This Giant Underwater River, Shrouded in a Cloud of Toxic Gas

One of the strangest places on Earth.<p>Up on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, between the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, the dense, tropical jungle …

Scuba Diving

Why don't we get our drinking water from the ocean by taking the salt out of seawater?

Even with all of the water in Earth's oceans, we satisfy less than half a percent of human water needs with desalinated water.* We currently use on …

Water

Fixing the Fashion Industry

While visiting garment factories in China in 2007, Linda Greer learned something she'll never forget: Producing one ton of the fabric used for our …

Sustainability

Fashion faces its dirty secret

Whoever would have thought that sustainability – not that long ago a worthy-but-boring background topic – would suddenly find itself the epitome of …

The Environmental Crisis in Your Closet

Tech & Science River pollution Fashion Clothing<p>Approach the massive Orathupalayam Dam by road, and it quickly becomes clear that something has gone …

The Race to Buy Up the World's Water

Sitka, Alaska, is home to one of the world’s most spectacular lakes. Nestled into a U-shaped valley of dense forests and majestic peaks, and fed by …

Official Trailer: Bottled Life - The Truth about Nestlé's Business with Water

Coca-Cola and Nestle Are Sucking Us Dry Without Our Even Knowing

Privatization of water supplies will be an important issue as shortages become more widespread.<p>The droughts currently ravaging California, which will …