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PepsiCo Foundation Expands Access to Safe Water for More Than 22 Million People Worldwide

World Water Day 2019 Key water facts from Water.org An example of corporate efforts to help solve social and environmental challenges. A Key Factor in PepsiCo’s Broader Aim to Contribute to Positive Water Impact Purchase, NY (March 22) – PepsiCo announced today that it has helped more than 22 million people in underserved communities around the world gain access to…

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Despite Andrew Wheeler's deceptive framing of the issue, it is important to understand the direct link between water and climate, on World Water Day and every other day.

Andrew Wheeler and the Water-Climate Nexus

Andrew Wheeler has served as acting EPA Administrator since July of 2018, when things just got too scummy, forcing former administrator Scott Pruitt out of office. Wheeler was confirmed last month, formally replacing Pruitt as EPA Administrator – to the delight of ardent pro-deregulation Republicans and ire of almost everyone else. Acting to the fears expressed by many climate scientists,…

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The risks of "produced" water from oil and gas drilling leave many investors worried

Investors Ask the Oil and Gas Industry To Disclose Water Risks

The enormous amount of freshwater used fracking operations have led a group of concerned investors to launch the Water Fueling Disclosure project.

Water Efficiency for Business

Much too often the narrative for business about sustainability centers on immediate costs. Claims that it is too costly or complicated to adopt sensible strategies to increase efficiency, conserve resources, and reduce environmental impact is simply not true. This infographic, courtesy of Illinois-based Dober, shows five simple examples for improving water efficiency at low or now cost. Dober

Britain's water shortage isn't going away

Britain’s Water Shortage: What Have We Learned From Summer 2018?

The combination of climate change, increased demand, and aging infrastructure, the summer of 2018 taught Britains that water shortages are not going away.

Pollution in our drinking water

Drinking Water Pollution May Be Ruining Our Health

As human consumption of natural resources grows, so does the stress we put on our supply of fresh drinking water, risking the health and well-being of millions of people.

Water is life

Dirty Water Amendment to a House Spending Bill Guts the Clean Water Rule

Water is a basic human necessity. We need it to live. But some folks in Washington want to weaken environmental protections for that necessity. The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed the Fiscal Year 2019 Interior-Environment Appropriations bill. It is a spending bill that would reduce funding for the Environmental Protection Agency. The bill also includes what is termed the…

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