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Sea Turtle eats plastic bottle

As we gear up to celebrate Earth Day on April 22, let’s take this opportunity to celebrate this big, beautiful, green and blue orb we call home. Let us also take some time to remember that everything we have comes from our planet and everything we do has a direct impact on it. We’d all …

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Human hand cupped to catch fresh water

World Water Day 2018 arrives in the middle of droughts and floods around the world. There’s no better time to think about our collective water solutions and how we intend to meet the new and increasing water challenges of the 21st century.  Nature for water is the theme of this year’s World Water Day. With …

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This year has seen numerous unprecedented weather events, many of which scientists say are driven or exacerbated by climate change1. The vast majority of the scientific community are well aware that climate change is occurring due to excess greenhouse gas emissions, resulting in increased carbon in the atmosphere. However, did you know that soils actually …

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At the recent Summit on Canadian Soil Health in Guelph, Ontario, Don Lobb, a farmer and conservation leader in Canada emphasized the importance of proper management of soils: “No civilization has ever survived the consequences of exploitative agriculture. As soil was degraded, the survivors moved on to new frontiers. Today, there are no new frontiers. …

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When you are done eating an apple, you have a few different choices in terms of how to dispose of the core. If you simply throw it in the trash, it will end up in the local landfill and become just one more addition to the problem of global waste. However, if you compost that …

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When seasick on the ocean, water will seem entirely overabundant. But not all water is equal and while seawater is great for fish, without expensive desalination, it doesn’t provide any of the drinking, cleaning or irrigation uses for which people need fresh water. That type of water – the kind that can be easily and …

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In celebration of Earth Day 2017, let us reflect on the vital importance of wastewater as a widely available and valuable resource. Recently made available, the 2017 United Nation’s World Water Development Report recognizes wastewater as an untapped resource and an important contributor to the health of the planet. The UN Water report is justifiably …

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World Water Day is a great time to reflect on how fortunate those of us that have clean, safe, drinking water really are. Much of the world is not so lucky.  Therefore, it is critically important to think about how we care for our precious, water resources. While having quality, drinking water is more appreciated …

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