Water is a human right and not a commodity.
These US Cities Are Dealing With the Worst Drinking Water Problems Nationwide
Everyone deserves the right to clean and safe drinking water, so let’s continue to fight for the American communities that need our help.
844 Million People Around the World Can't Access Clean Drinking Water
Here are the most effective organizations fighting for clean water worldwide.
Here's How NASA Satellites Can Help You Conserve Water
Science and conservation went hand in hand to help track levels of one of California's most important water sources.
Here's What You Can Do to Ensure Clean Water and Sanitation for All
It's easy to forget that having clean and accessible water is a luxury that many in the world do not have.
The Fight Is On for a Healthy Hudson River
Alarm bells are ringing as local activists launch effort to protect the birthplace of America's environmental movement.
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Here's How to Find out If Your Region Has Contaminated Drinking Water
There are almost 3,000 locales in the United States with at least double the amount of lead contamination found in the water in Flint, Michigan.
There’s Another Proposed Pipeline That Blatantly Ignores Native Rights
The Tar Sands Pipeline threatens to pollute the water supply of Native American Communities from Canada to Wisconsin.
People Are Pledging to Protect 750,000 Young People From Deportation
Your daily guide to what's working, what's not and what you can do about it.
New York City is Using Oysters to Protect the City From Future Hurricanes
After the destruction of Hurricane Sandy, the city found a natural solution to protect itself from future storms.
Gender Equality is Necessary For a Sustainable Fishing Industry
Just like any other male-dominated industry, women fishers face discrimination, harassment and other gender-based disparities.
Artists Create Stunning Murals to Raise Awareness of Ocean Conservation
PangeaSeed combines the worlds of art and activism to spread an important message about protecting oceans.
New Program Takes Kids on a Virtual Journey Outside the Classroom
Shifting education away from normal curriculum could prepare students to meet challenges on a global scale.