“A generous person will be enriched, and one who gives water will get water.”
~The Holy Bible
According to a recent article published in The Times of Israel, various communities around the United States are signing agreements for ‘Made in Israel’ partnerships for water monitoring + conservation methods in city near you.
it just goes to show that what’s known to the western hemisphere as a “start-up nation,” can contribute to a lot of money to be made with water technology.
Did you know that 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act? Now you do! Check out the video for a brief yet detailed look at the benefits and significance it has in American History (courtesy of the Minnesota Dept. of Health). Enjoy!
In some parts of the world, collection of rain water is used as a main source of fresh water. In the United States, several states have been outlawing the practice and flushing away the rights of the land one incident at a time.
Figuring out how to collect rain water in an amount that would suffice your every day needs seems like a monumental task. According to Mike’s Backyard Nursery, it may not be as difficult as it seems. Here are a few tips on how to collect rain water at home for both drinking and water conservation (D.I.Y):
1.) Research the Laws for Rainwater collection in your area
2.) Gather the proper tools & equipment.
3.) Separate your water supplies (internal from external)
4.) Seek professional assistance if the task becomes more of a burden than expected!
For more information and helpful tips, please click here!
the tips on how to collect rain water above should put you on the right path to start efficiently utilizing the most natural FREE water resource. In future years, it is expected that methods of natural water collection will rapidly gain popularity around the globe as we shift towards a more green and self-sustaining Earth. Be sure to check out more of the helpful tips posted up above; I’m sure once you complete this awesome project, you will become a pioneer in your neighborhood and an environmental maven in a growing global community!
“Wars of the future will be fought over water as they are over oil today, as the source of human survival enters the global marketplace and political arena. Corporate giants, private investors, and corrupt governments vie for control of our dwindling supply, prompting protests, lawsuits, and revolutions from citizens fighting for the right to survive. Past civilizations have collapsed from poor water management. Can the human race survive?”
Award-winning featured documentary narrated by Malcolm McDowell. Global Warming is an issue of ‘how’ we live, the water crisis is an issue of ‘if’ we live.
Everyday, users all around the globe have a daily ritual of wasting water during casual routines of various lifestyles. Whether it’s for personal use like health and vitality, or during leisure time like cooking and washing your vehicle, the economic/environmental balance is effected by a lifestyle we consider essential for survival!
So about how much water do you use daily? Don’t know? According to a new release published by the Save Our Water program in the state of California, Sacramento Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued a proclamation suggesting residents reduce their water use by 20%. Think of it this way, going about our daily lives each of us unconsciously contributes more and more to the problem of maintaining healthy and viable public/community water systems. But before you feel too bad, there are many things each of us, as individuals, can do to reduce our habits of wasting water.
Thanks to online resources such as the ‘Water Use Calculator’ , we can all take the time to learn more about the wasteful choices we make in our homes, yards, and businesses in an effort to save water each day. Learn more here.