Category Archives: Economics

Whither the Ogallala?

The Ogallala Aquifer is the major component of the High Plains Aquifer system in the central part of the United States, between the Rockies and the Mississippi River system. This aquifer has provided the primary source of irrigation water for … Continue reading

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Good Practice: Check Your Story (Hydrofracking) With Another Source

Given that we just finished Gas Land, it is always a good idea to see how other sources report that story. What do you think of this Time Magazine (a mainstream media source) report? http://www.time.com/time/video/player/0,32068,876880045001_2062814,00.html http://www.gaslandthemovie.com/ By the way, if … Continue reading

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What is the climate change doing to our Earth?

In this newsletter I want to focus more on how water is connected to climate change, and in which ways it is effecting us now and for how it will be the future. I want to write about the melting … Continue reading

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WAMC: Hydrofracking Raises New Yorkers’ Concerns (2011-04-11)

WAMC: Hydrofracking Raises New Yorkers’ Concerns (2011-04-11). Check out this news story about the Northeast Natural History Conference that focused on gas drilling and hydrofracking. One interesting quotation is that hydrofracking could be the “biggest environmental threat since the original … Continue reading

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Marketing Bottled Water–Historical Ad Campaign

Check out this documentary on the most successful advertising campaign in the advertising world. Hal Riney, featured in this film, was the writer of the Perrier commercials that began the bottle water trend in our market. More on Hal Riney. … Continue reading

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Economics of bottle water industry-K.T Kim 2nd Newsletter topic (draft)

My second newsletter topic is The Economic of Bottle Water Industry. Generally, it will dig into the areas of how the bottle water industries gain their profit through the production of bottle water. There are many ways for the bottle … 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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