Reader Survey: Time to Hear From You!

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Reader Survey: Time to Hear From You!

0 Comments 07 April 2011

Over the past several months, WaterWideWeb has published articles on compelling water management issues around the world. Our readers are important to us and we want to hear from you. What are your thoughts on the progress of WaterWideWeb? Are there particular topics that you would like us to cover in greater depth? First, take a look [...]

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Did Justice Prevail? Inequity in Fines Paid for Oil Spill

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Did Justice Prevail? Inequity in Fines Paid for Oil Spill

1 Comment 05 April 2011

On March 31, 2011, Koo’s Shipping Company S.A. (Koo’s), a Taiwanese corporation, pleaded guilty to falsely testifying about illegal oil discharge from one of its vessels into the Pago Pago Harbor of American Somoa. Aboard the vessel were frozen fish and fish products. After a full investigation by the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Environmental [...]

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Water Celebrity of the Week: Alicia Keys

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Water Celebrity of the Week: Alicia Keys

2 Comments 04 April 2011

Singer Alicia Keys is WaterWideWeb’s Water Celebrity of the Week. In her music video Superwoman, water is a powerful metaphor for the unity and empowerment of women. Within the first minute of Superwoman, Keys is adorned in traditional garb walking across the Saharan desert to fetch water at a well. On her head rests a basin [...]

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A Long Time Coming: Coastal Access for Bolivia

South America, water projects

A Long Time Coming: Coastal Access for Bolivia

3 Comments 04 April 2011

 The War of the Pacific between Bolivia and Peru in the late 19th century led to major geopolitical, diplomatic, and economic restructuring that still negatively affects the region today. In the early 1880s, Chile annexed the Peruvian province of Tarapacá and the Bolivian province of Litoral, both substantially mineral-rich territories. Bolivia was stripped of coastal access [...]

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Using Flickr to Save the World

water & art, water culture

Using Flickr to Save the World

0 Comments 01 April 2011

Have you checked out what’s going on WaterWideWeb’s Flickr page? Talented photographers and artists from around the world are sharing their great pictures of water with us! Travel all seven seas, cruise the Mediterranean, and back again right from your computer, simply by clicking on our Flickr page. At WaterWideWeb, we’re using social media tools to raise [...]

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Water for Steamy Cocoa: Hot or Not?

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Water for Steamy Cocoa: Hot or Not?

1 Comment 01 April 2011

Nothing warms the soul quite like a cup of hot cocoa. But cocoa connoisseurs have debated on the key ingredient that makes the best cup of steamy goodness. It’s high time to tackle the age-old question. Is hot cocoa, aka hot chocolate, served best with water or milk? Food Network chef Ina Garten includes milk in her [...]

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Style Your Bathroom And Kitchen Sustainably

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Style Your Bathroom And Kitchen Sustainably

1 Comment 31 March 2011

Thinking of refitting your bathroom or kitchen? Style sustainably with luxury kitchen and bathroom fixtures that use less water…and they look good while doing it. Shop for bathroom and kitchen fixtures responsibly. Ask your retailer the right questions. Be sure that the fixtures you select comply with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines for water conservation. Not [...]

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D.J. Knowles Releases Hot New Track for H20 Charity

Water Survey, water projects

D.J. Knowles Releases Hot New Track for H20 Charity

0 Comments 30 March 2011

D.J. Solange Knowles is mixing steady rhythms on her hit single Kenya to raise funds for sustainable water resources in Africa. The single features artists Chris Taylor and Twin Shadow. According to looktothestars.org, the single is part of Knowles’ commitment to bring reliable clean water resources to communities in Uganda, Cameroon, and Rwanda.”Water is a necessity, [...]

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Family Fun on a Budget in Florida

Water Survey, history by water, water culture

Family Fun on a Budget in Florida

1 Comment 29 March 2011

Looking for a great get-a-away that won’t be too expensive, but not so cheap that you regret booking the flight and hotel? Consider scuba diving in Florida for your next vacation. You can save money without scrimping on vacation must have’s like outdoor activities and culture. The Florida Underwater Archaeological Preserves (FUAP) offers tourists and locals several [...]

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Reap What You Sow: H20 Efficient Landscaping

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Reap What You Sow: H20 Efficient Landscaping

0 Comments 25 March 2011

They say April showers bring May flowers, but are you considering water efficient landscaping for your garden this year? In the Clackamas River of northwestern Oregon, water use multiplies by 2-3 times more water in spring months as compared to winter months. Additional water use is attributed to the increased landscaping and planting that takes place [...]

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