When Disasters Strike, Water Systems Follow
When disasters strike around the world, the Water Mission rushes in to provide safe drinking water.
Atmospheric Water Harvesting: Hope from Extracting Water from Air
Capturing water from air is nothing new. It is believed, for instance, that the early Greeks utilized bowl-shaped stone condensers to do it.
Mussel Power Cleans New Zealand’s Freshwater Lakes
For centuries, the humble freshwater mussel has played a crucial role in the daily lives and traditions of the Māori people of New Zealand.
Hope for Corals Worldwide: Australian Researchers Restore Dying Reefs
Corals may lead a plant-like existence, but they are animals. Specifically, they are polyps that require outside sources of food and oxygen.
Worsening Global Water Security Calls for Solutions from Humans and Nature
While growing up, children are taught in school that nearly three-fourths of the earth's surface is covered with water. However, only 3%...