Water

The human body is 70% water. The surface of the earth is 70% water. It is THE most important substance for making life possible. Learn about insightful ideas for using water, keeping it clean and getting it where people need it.

The George Washington University
What's your hidden water footprint?
George Washington University
Climate change is affecting the temperature and acidity of the oceans, which is putting our coral reefs, home to millions of species — and worth billions of dollars in multiple industries, at risk. 
The George Washington University, Spring 2016 Editorial Intern
Thanks to The Microbead-Free Waters Act, we are one step closer to preventing plastic pollution from reaching our waterways.
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Check out the pilot to Planet Forward's new Web series, Green Screen!
The George Washington University
Tom Wagner’s vast usage as a media source, and some of his practiced/repeated key-points highlight an important job researchers have that is easy to overlook. 
George Washington University
With D.C.’s famous monuments in sight, the Potomac has been deemed by many “the nation’s river,” and it serves a much larger purpose than you might realize.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Harvest time brings lots of food-centric holidays. We consider the amount of hidden water that goes into food production, from seed to table.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
The Hoover Dam, 80 years old this week, is both a hydroelectric plant and distributes water to the arid Southwest. What role is the drought playing in today's Hoover Dam and Lake Mead?
Senior Writer, Planet Forward
Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés had recently vanquished Mexico the last time California’s snowpack was as low as it is today. The Sierra Nevada mountains, which provides the parched state with up to a third of its water supply, is at its lowest... Read More
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Arturo Vittori is the co-creator of Warka Water, a device that pulls water from thin air in the form of condensation, allowing isolated villages to access clean water all year long.

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