March is World Water Day 2013 - with this year's theme being 'Water Cooperation'. have produced a helpful infographic to explain more about the importance of World Water Day, and the ongoing need for International Water Cooperation.
Jenna Sobotka--Flint, Michigan is a perfect example of how man can create illnesses. In this case, Flint Michigan decision makers took short cuts in water cleansing and in turn, lead levels in water dramatically increase. This infographic explains why.
328 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa still use unimproved drinking water sources. (That's more than the entire population of the United States.) That's way too sad. And to think that people were complaining about walking a mile for the cause.
Surprising facts about global agricultural water use: Infographic
Five gallons of water = the drinking, cooking and cleaning needs of ONE person for ONE day. Join us and by giving to others, helping us reach our goal of donating 15 million gallons of clean water to families in need.
Every month, Hilltown Families will feature a new nature table whose contents inspire learning along a common theme easily spotted in our surroundings that month. A tradition carried out by teachers, environmental educators, and nature-curious families, nature tables bring a little bit of the outdoors inside for inspection, dissection, identification, creative play, art projects, and lots of other educational activities...
Teaching Kids about Water Conservation & the Water Cycle