By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
This is surely one subject that mankind can not just turn our collective heads away from and say "God will fix it". We are ruining our most important resource, fresh water, at a rate unequaled in human history. From pollution, over usage, new species introductions...
By: Shaheen Darr
This topic cannot be discussed without first stating some facts about the Amazon River. In addition to being the world's second largest river it is also the world's widest river producing 20% of all the freshwater that is poured into the oceans of our world...
By: Pam Uher
The Orinoco (oren-o-ko) River winds and twists through the lands of South America before it empties into the Atlantic Ocean. It begins is flow in the Parima Mountains between Venezuela and Brazil and makes an arch through Venezuela before it meets the ocean. This murky...
By: W D Adkins
Starting as a modest stream in the Peruvian Andes, the Amazon flows south and east until, by the time it reaches the Atlantic Ocean, it is the largest river on Earth by volume and the second longest. Over the course of its more than 4000...
By: Greg Slack
WHEN WILL PEOPLE WORLDWIDE HAVE ENOUGH CLEAN, SAFE WATER TO DRINK?This is a question of all time. Indeed, when we look at the way population has grown in the last one-hundred years, and the way the environment in general has suffered, we are forced...
By: Keith Hamburger
When considering why the ocean is salty, the most basic explanation centers on the water cycle, the method by which water is continuously distributed around the Earth.The water cycle is a never-ending process. Since we have to start somewhere, and any cycle, like a...
By: Chiranjibi Paudyal
"Water,water everywhere but not a drop to drink",has become true in the context of the present day world specially in the developing countries where there is huge sources of water but people have to drink dirty and polluted water of the canals, streams...
By: Pat Merewether
I know that some of my suggestions for conserving water may seem extreme and make people go 'eeeeewwww', but I'm hoping some folks will at least think about them or try them.Do you really need to take as many showers as you do? Sometimes...
Will Great Rivers Die
By: Stanley Roberts
It is sad that I must right to the Yes side of this article. I wish the great rivers would flow forever with the pristine crystal clear water of many a year ago. A time when the water was so clean that it was refreshing...
By: Sean Curtis
Water shortage is most likely going to be the next big crisis facing our planet. But with much conservation focus on global warming, not enough people are aware yet of this impending problem. There are numerous ways to reduce water consumption in your daily life...

 

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