Water

EcoVolt Bioelectric Wastewater Treatment System
EcoVolt Bioelectric Wastewater Treatment System
Cambrian Innovation
EcoVolt is a breakthrough wastewater treatment system that leverages electrically active microbes to create clean water and high quality renewable methane gas from wastewater.  
The George Washington University
Which is better: tap water or bottled water? Here are the facts. It’s your decision.
The Pennsylvania State University
Researchers in Germany have invented micromotors that can propel themselves through water while degrading organic pollutants. The micromotors, which run on dilute hydrogen peroxide, could be used to clean up small reservoirs, pipes and other hard to... Read More
WASH Advocates
There is one set of interventions that can act as the foundation of and touch on global health, gender equality, food security, and more: water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH).
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
A hydroelectrtic treasure trove might already exist right under our streets - that's the idea behind Lucid Energy.
Director of Academic Adventures, Planet Forward
NAIROBI, Kenya - Clean water is a given in most of the US, but in Kenya fair access needs a machine like Quench.
Fulbright Organization
A recent report records the pulse of groundwater level changes in Nebraska following 2012's historic drought. How are these levels recorded and what will they mean for agricultural production, water levels and drought recovery this year? Find out on... Read More
The Medaka is a eco-solar ferry meaning that it not only uses solar power as a source of renewable energy, but it will also incorporate a range of other features so that it is far more environmentally friendly than existing traditional ferry designs... Read More
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
In 2050, the world will have 9 billion people - we're failing to feed just 7 billion now. How do we find the way forward to 2050 and beyond?
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
We've asked top experts in the food and agriculture space to speak on the most important issues as part of our Feeding the Planet initiative.

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