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"Drones for Trees" ~ Planting ONE BILLION Trees Every Year ~ Possible?

Hear the words “drone fleet” and innovative environmentalism probably doesn’t leap immediately to mind.

BioCarbon Engineering wants to change that.

The UK-based environmental tech firm believes that, by using drones, they’ll be able to repopulate Earth’s… 335 more words

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Drought and Disparity, in 34 Images

As the drought in the American West reaches its fourth year, farming communities struggle while homeowners and golf courses fear for their lawns.

Follow the Link Below for Stunning Images and the Story of “Drought and Disparity” 54 more words

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WaterAid #1 Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Charity

WaterAid has been ranked highest of 16 outstanding non-profits working in water, sanitation and hygiene.

The review, published on Philanthropedia, highlighted that experts value WaterAid’s global reach and our work with local partners to further our goals. 146 more words

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Bank of America and Water.org Partner to Provide Clean Water and Opportunity in Southern India

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Mar. 24 – Bank of America today that provides innovative, community-led and market-based solutions that change lives through safe water and sanitation. The grant will empower 100,000 people in southern India to obtain safe water and sanitation solutions, accelerating positive change in their homes and communities. 476 more words

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#TalkJustice: Clean Water

#TalkJustice: Clean Water  Last week we talked Hunger. Clean water is another great justice topic to start with for kids. They understand thirst. Beyond, thirst we can teach them that unclean water makes people sick. 456 more words

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The Thirst To Help

The idea of clean water seems to be following me, recurring over and over this past week. It started in one of my public relations classes; we were asked to create a fake product and build a campaign around it. 311 more words

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