Category Archives: Culture/Religion

The Water Crisis!

Water is becoming more and more precious as its supply continues to be used throughout the world. Especially the amount of water poured into the agriculture is infinitely huge. Starting from past, water has been fundamentally supplied to agriculture, especially … Continue reading

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Stewardship, Innovation and New Partners

Though the science data suggests that as a species human beings, particularly Americans, need to change their lifestyles in order to mitigate climate change, there are striking examples of innovators in our culture who are discovering innovated new paths and … Continue reading

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The End Will Be Our Fault by Avery Schuster

The earth is rapidly changing. Animals and plants are going extinct at a rate that has been sped up one thousand times faster than the natural extinction rate . With the climate changing sea levels are no longer staying at … Continue reading

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History of the Conneticut River

Another great painting for our Connecticut River collection. “Hooker and Company Journeying through the Wilderness from Plymouth to Hartford, in 1636,” oil on canvas, by the American artist Frederic Edwin Church. Courtesy of the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut. Should we … Continue reading

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Great Data in NGM April 2010 Issue

WATER a special issue of National Geographic, April 2010

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Thales of Miletus – Water’s Philosopher

Thales of Miletus was a highly-esteemed ancient Greek philosopher (620 BCE – 546 BCE), whose discourse ranged widely from mathematics to history to astronomy to science to politics. He was most well-known for determining the solstices (setting the seasons), predicting … Continue reading

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Award-Winning Photos of Water Crisis Cities

The World Water Council holds an annual photo contest to highlight the water crisis. The 2010 contest featured world cities dealing with significant water issues. See the photos

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