Funding for Flint Water Bills

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Funding for Flint Water Bills


The Michigan House of Representatives gave $30 million to Flint to help pay the water bills of residents and business owners since the lead water contamination in April 2014. Though it’s not nearly enough...

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Change Your Internal Makeup (Dr. Emoto)

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Change Your Internal Makeup (Dr. Emoto)


The Work of Dr. Emoto Have you heard of the book The Hidden Messages in Water by Dr. Masaru Emoto? If you’re interested in learning how to positively impact the world and your physical...

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7 Health Benefits Of Drinking More Water

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7 Health Benefits Of Drinking More Water


Water serves as the body’s transport system, enabling the proper circulation of nutrients throughout the body. Water helps to flush out waste products and bacteria from the body, which boosts the immune system and...

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Climate Prediction El Nino Spring 2016

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Climate Prediction El Nino Spring 2016


NEWS CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD Predicts El Nino Conditions to be expected next spring or early summer EL NINO – THE WARM PHASE OF THE ENSO CYCLE ENSO – EL NINO/SOUTHERN OSCILLATION...

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Health Risks From Uranium In Drinking Water

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Health Risks From Uranium In Drinking Water


Here are some excerpts from an article on health concerns related to water: What is Uranium? According to WRAL.com, Uranium is a naturally occurring element, which has been seeping at unhealthy levels into U.S....

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The Planet’s Groundwater

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The Planet’s Groundwater


“The total amount of groundwater on the planet, held in rock and soil below our feet, is estimated to be 23 million cubic km.” According to BBC News, this volume can be described as...

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Changes In Snowfall Affect Water Supply

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Changes In Snowfall Affect Water Supply


A new study has just confirmed that billions of people depend on snowfall for water supply, and snowpacks are currently shrinking in areas where climate temperatures are rising. The New York Times  posted an article about...

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Evergreen Medal for Nature Conservation

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Evergreen Medal for Nature Conservation


Because books are important venues for knowledge, preserving wisdom, and inspiring others to make changes in their lives and the world around them, Evergreen Book Medals is a program that commemorates world-changing books since...

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The New Water Ball

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The New Water Ball


Water-lovers are raving about the new portable Water Ball!  It’s a breakthrough invention with new filter material that eliminates the need to buy a filtering water pitcher.  This fast-flowing water filter can be used anywhere at anytime...

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D.C. first utility to turn sewage water into electricity

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D.C. first utility to turn sewage water into electricity


“D.C. Water, which also treats sewage from much of the Maryland and Northern Virginia suburbs, recently became the first utility in North America to use a Norwegian thermal hydrolysis system to convert the sludge...

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Flooding and Historic Rainfall for Seven Eastern States

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Flooding and Historic Rainfall for Seven Eastern States


California faced disastrous wild fires and drought last month, and now seven states on the southeast coast are experiencing disastrous flooding and rainfall that wiped out many homes and lives. Millions of gallons of water continue...

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Liquid Water Found On Mars By NASA

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Liquid Water Found On Mars By NASA


Does life exists on Mars? No proof shows this yet, however, scientists from NASA just announced that satellites found liquid water flowing over Mars’ surface. This means life may exist, and there is potential...

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Sierra Nevada Snowpack At Its Lowest

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Sierra Nevada Snowpack At Its Lowest


Research shows that the snowfall in Sierra Nevada is at its record-lowest in over 500 years, and 2015 marked extreme conditions. Studies say that, “…global warming will reduce the amount of snow blanketing California...

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Global Warming Is All About Water

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Global Warming Is All About Water


Here’s an interesting article about how global warming is not so much about air temperatures, but water temperatures. “The oceans absorb a thousand times more heat than the atmosphere and hold 90% of the heat...

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EPA Protects Drinking Water and Streams

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EPA Protects Drinking Water and Streams


NBC News shared an article about The Environmental Protection Agency setting a new federal rule to protect wetlands and more than half the nation’s streams, “despite a court ruling that blocked the measure in 13 central...

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Communities affected by wastewater spill

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Communities affected by wastewater spill


According to CNN, “The orange sludge flowed from the Animas River in Colorado into New Mexico, where it met and started following the San Juan River, a key source...

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Protecting Rivers and Streams from Coal Mine Pollution

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Protecting Rivers and Streams from Coal Mine Pollution


According to The Washington Post  The Obama administration has anounced plans to strengthen the protection of rivers and streams in America from coal mine waste, pollution, and spoils. The proposed regulations would require that water...

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The world’s driest desert is expanding in Chile

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The world’s driest desert is expanding in Chile


California is not the only place yearning for rain and snow fall. In Chile, Santiago city, which consists of 7 million people, is experiencing its driest year since 1996. The Andes mountains supply most...

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Student uses solar power to create safe drinking water

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Student uses solar power to create safe drinking water


Science & Technology News Since 1998 posted an interesting article about an MIT PhD student, Natasha Wright, who studied mechanical engineering, and designed a solar powered system that makes water safe to drink for rural,...

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A Community in California Unites to Conserve Water

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A Community in California Unites to Conserve Water


“Now is the time for Water Conservation,” says the village manager from a spiritual community called Ananda, located in Northern Sierra Nevada foothils just outside of Nevada City. The Ananda community of 800 acres of land consists...

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