THE TWELFTH ANNUAL WATER CONFERENCE was successfully held in Sofia, Bulgaria, October 26-29, 2017
Conference on the Physics Chemistry and Biology of Water. Here is a video that is approx. 9 hrs, for those wanting to know more.
THE WORLD IS WATCHING … Water is Life! Here’s are some excellent videos and articles we want to present. Please share with others and save our future and our water.
This video brings to light an extraordinary event that is poisining the USA population … DID YOU KNOW THIS ABOUT FLUORIDE?
Please share and STOP this madness before we’ve dumbed down our youth anymore. Blessings ~ to your health. *
San Jose drinking water to receive fluoride, years behind other Bay … www.mercurynews.com/…/san-jose-drinking-water-to-receive-fluoride-years-behind-…
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‘Solarsack’ cleans water with heat from sunlight, cheaply and effectively! June 26, 2017
Two Danish students have developed “SolarSack” for inexpensive and environmentally friendly water purification. The concept was tested in villages, refugee camps and slums in East Africa where it will be marketed.
Anders Løcke and Louise Ullmann, who study Architecture and Design at Aalborg University (AAU), have designed a better and cheaper system for purifying drinking water in developing countries.
The product, known as SolarSack, is a special bag that is filled with four liters of water and placed in the sun for four hours. Using UVA and UVB rays, as well as heat from the sun, the water is cleaned of pathogenic bacteria. The user can then drink the water and reuse the bag for water purification.
The method was approved by the World Health Organization which estimates that between 99.9 and 99.999 percent of the pathogenic bacteria in the water die. The students tested SolarSack in Kenya and Uganda with local users and organizations, and adapted it to their needs. And it’s cheap. Read more: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/06/170626105013.htm
Published on Apr 29, 2014
This was presented in 2014 ~ not much has changed! See for yourself … we think it’s still about money, on so many levels. * There are solutions in the making; removing lead and toxins from the infrastructure, cleaning polluted waters and removing plastic water bottles!! It’s getting it out there to the public that is the challenge, sharing simple solutions NOW. Please look at this site for more information. Examples: http://www.sunlightbioelectric.com/Biotite
“The world is finally waking up to the dangerous consequences of its water crisis. Industrialization, the rising population, climate change and humanity’s growing need for food and energy are causing a rapid increase in demand, yet nature has fixed the supply. U.N. Sec.-Gen. Ban Ki-moon has warned that by 2030, nearly half the world’s population could face water scarcity, with the need outstripping supply by 40 percent.” (more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duAjsRm_oX8
Flint, Michigan and the TRUTH about the water! Frontline and PBS made this amazing documentary “Poisoned Waters”. What a wake up call …
Photos Show Why The North Dakota Pipeline Is Problematic. A proposed oil pipeline is set to begin construction on tribal lands in North Dakota. Members of various Native American reservations gathered Monday to try to stop it.
Last week, the federal government gave final approval to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which will run for 1,172 miles to transport crude oil from North Dakota’s Bakken oilfields to Patoka, Illinois.
Hundreds of protesters, primarily Lakota and Dakota from Native American reservations within a several-hundred-mile radius, convened over the weekend at the edge of the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota to voice their anger. The pipeline would travel through lands sacred to the Lakota people, and cross under the Missouri, Mississippi, and Big Sioux rivers.
A possible spill, which can occur with pipelines, would mean contaminating farmland and drinking water for millions.
After a series of tense interactions with North Dakota state police on Monday, the protesters succeeded in temporarily halting the beginning stages of construction.
Published on Mar 21, 2016
Cascade Locks, Oregon is heaven on earth—a small town nestled in the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge. But when Nestlé came to town with a proposal to bottle their water, citizens launched an all-out effort to protect their most precious resource. Our Water, Our Future tells the story of these unlikely activists and their advice for communities facing water grabs around the world.
Posted on March 4, 2016 by yournewswire.com
“Collecting rainwater on your own property in the U.S. can now lead to jail time, as has been proven by a man from Oregon who was sentenced to prison for doing just that. Who owns the rain? The US government, apparently.
Not so long ago, it was common practice across much of the world to collect rainwater into man made wells on your property to use for farming, irrigation and having fresh clean water. It was just as common as canning your own food, having knowledge of at least some basic survival skills, and being self-sufficient.
It wasn’t even that many generations ago that all of this was common practice – people born before WWII were pretty adept at these skills, as they were a necessity to survival. One of the main (and easiest) ways to ensure survival was to collecting rainwater on your own property.
The practical uses for storing and collecting rainwater are numerous and many people across the world in rural areas still do it today for all of the reasons listed above. However, over the past few years, laws making the collection of rainwater illegal have been causing an uproar across the US.
Now, a man from Grey Point, Oregon has been sentenced to thirty days in prison for storing collected rainwater on his very own property – and the public is outraged.
Harrington said the case first began in 2002, when state water managers told him there were complaints about the three “reservoirs” – ponds – on his more than 170 acres of land.
According to Oregon water laws, all water is publicly owned. Therefore, anyone who wants to store any type of water on their property must first obtain a permit from state water managers.” Read the entire story here
Oysters harvested from Yaquina Bay and sold raw to restaurants, retailers and direct to consumers by Oregon Oyster Farms Inc. are being recalled after at least 17 people who ate them recently contracted norovirus. Health officials are concerned that consumers, retailers and restaurants may still have the oysters on hand because their sell-by dates range from Feb. 19 through March 8, according to a notice on the Oregon Health Authority website.”
Ground-breaking data on a negative effect on oysters from microplastics, which enter our oceans via cosmetics, clothing, and industrial processes.
“When waste plastics – like polystyrene – find their way into bodies of water, they degrade into microscopic particles known as microplastics. These tiny particles range from about 2-6 micrometers in width, which is up to about 0.0002 inch, or less than a fifth of the width of a human hair. Industrial processes, clothing and waste plastic, and cosmetics in sewer water all contribute to a massive influx of the plastic particles into lakes and oceans. A particular concern is whether filter feeding aquatic life – such as as clams, oysters, barnacles, corals, sea squirts, and sponges – will be harmed from ingesting these plastics. Few studies have shown a direct effects on marine animals, but now a new study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, does find a negative impact from plastics on the reproductive health of oysters.”
Here’s some great news for a change ~ a way to …
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“Plastic is a substance the Earth cannot digest.”
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More polluted WATER!! We must wake up and see this is happening everywhere … One World! Please help keep aware and see what’s going on locally and how will it effect our future generations?
Fearing Stigma, Colorado Contested Superfund Status for Mining
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took full responsibility Tuesday for the mine waste spoiling rivers downstream from Silverton, Colorado, but people who live near the idled and leaking Gold King mine say local authorities and mining companies spent decades spurning federal cleanup help.
They feared the stigma of a Superfund label, which delivers federal money up-front for extensive cleanups. They worried that corporations would kill a hoped-for revival in the area’s mining industry rather than get stuck with cleanup costs. And some haven’t trusted the federal government, townspeople say.
The EPA pushed anyway, for nearly 25 years, to apply its Superfund program to the Gold King mine, which has been leaching a smaller stream of arsenic, lead and other wildlife-killing heavy metals into Cement Creek. That water runs into the Animas and San Juan rivers before reaching Lake Powell and the lower Colorado River, a basin serving five states, Mexico and several sovereign Native American nations.
As millions of gallons of spilled sludge spread hundreds of miles downstream Tuesday, officials from the century-old mining towns of southwest Colorado defended their opposition to federal help.
Mining companies don’t like to invest in Superfund sites because they’re heavily scrutinized and more costly to develop, said Ernest Kuhlman, a San Juan County commissioner and Silverton’s former mayor.
Also, the stigma could have scared away rafters and anglers who helped bring $19 billion in tourism money to Colorado last year.
“How many people want to go to a Superfund site for tourism or recreation?” Kuhlman asked.
Now they’ve got a bigger problem: Last Wednesday, a small EPA-supervised work crew inspecting the Gold King mine accidentally knocked a hole in a waste pit, releasing at least three million gallons of acidic liquid laden with toxic heavy metals. Dissolved iron in the waste plume — familiar to miners as “yellow boy” — turned the area’s scenic waterways a shocking orange hue.
The EPA ordered stretches of the rivers closed for drinking water, recreation and other uses at least through Monday. Colorado and New Mexico made disaster declarations. The Navajo Nation declared an emergency, saying that at least 16,000 of its people, 30,000 acres of crops and thousands of livestock survive on water that’s now off-limits.
In Washington, EPA administrator Gina McCarthy took full responsibility, saying “I am absolutely, deeply sorry that this ever happened.” She planned to tour Farmington and Durango, two of the cities most affected by the orange sludge.
Since 1980, Superfund designation has helped remove or contain hazardous waste posing immediate dangers to human health. New York’s Love Canal, where hundreds of families had to be evacuated from homes built over a former chemical dump, spurred its creation, and many still associate that scandal with the program.
Asked if Superfund designation could have helped to prevent this accident, regional EPA administrator Shaun McGrath indicated it could have.
Being listed under a national-priorities list … makes available to a clean-up effort resources under the Superfund, which are significant resources,” McGrath said. “And it does allow for potentially more extensive clean-up.” Read more: http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/officials-downstream-colorado-mine-spill-demand-answers-33005658
A California bottling firm is voluntarily recalling several brands of bottled water out of “an abundance of caution” after one of its sources was contaminated with E. coli.
“The recalled water was sold under the brand names of Acadia, Acme, Big Y, Best Yet, 7-11, Niagara, Nature’s Place, Pricerite, Superchill, Morning Fresh, Shaws, Shoprite, Western Beef Blue and Wegmans.”
“Over the next 30 years, food and energy demands are expected to increase dramatically. We will however, depend on the same finite and vulnerable water resources for sustaining life, economic growth and our environment as we do today.”
Here’s some very interesting discussions going on NOW. Please continue returning to this page for more information coming in!
California Aquifers Contaminated With Billions Of Gallons of Fracking Wastewater.
Update 02/11/15: “The problems with California’s underground injection control program are far worse than originally reported. It has now been revealed that California regulators with DOGGR permitted hundreds of wastewater injection wells and thousands more wells injecting fluids for “enhanced oil recovery” into aquifers protected under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.” <read more>
California Shuts Down Oil Wells To Protect Groundwater
“Kassie Siegel, an attorney at Center for Biological Diversity, called on Gov. Jerry Brown to immediately halt the operation at the remaining oil wells in question.
“This damning report shows that state oil officials utterly failed to protect clean California aquifers from dangerous oil industry waste,” Siegel said. “Shutting down 12 illegal injection wells barely scrapes the surface of this threat to our drinking water.” <read more>
11 September 2014 Last updated at 19:22 ET
Not a drop to drink: According to the UN, one in three of the world’s population currently lives in water stressed areas and that’s set to increase to one in two by 2030. Is there a bigger environmental problem facing the planet than climate change? According to Nestle chairman Peter Brabeck there is. “I am not saying climate change is not important,” he told the Financial Times in July. “What I am saying is even without climate change we are running out of water and I think this has to become the first priority.”
Interesting look at the future of WATER. Read more here: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-29163109
Published on Sep 8, 2014 Real News for Real People
At the 5th annual citizen’s conference on Fluoride (see: http://www.fluoridealert.org), Eric interviews Henry Lickers regarding the impact of fluoridation on his Native American community, which serves almost as a microcosm of what is now unfolding on a larger scale within American society.
Thanks to the deleterious fluoridation of their land & people by way of nearby Reynold’s Aluminum plants, Henry’s traditionally agricultural society collapsed due the cascading effects caused by its adverse health effects.
First, the live stock experienced crippling skeletal fluorosis which left some unable to do more than crawl on their knees. Their people relied greatly on the natural resources which were unsustainable due to dumping of fluoride in the area. (read more)
FYI Did you know??
FLUORIDATION 101 (http://www.fluoridation.webs.com/) Impure, untested and non-required fluoride chemicals are legislated into most U.S. water supplies, not to kill nasty microbes, but to medicate tap water drinkers who are assured water fluoridation is a safe and effective way to prevent tooth decay. But it is neither.
Water fluoridation is an old-fashioned concept. It is dentistry’s continued goal for every American’s faucet to dispense 1 milligram fluoride via approximately one quart of water. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) tells us that 2/3 of Americans receive fluoridated tap water. Virtually 100% eat and drink a fluoridated food supply.Fluoridation, shockingly, is not supported by valid science.
Dentists mistakenly believed swallowed fluoride created decay resistant teeth by becoming part of children’s developing enamel; but they were wrong. Fluoride’s beneficial effects, if any, are topical according to the CDC and the American Dental Association.
Public health officials predicted fluoride would eradicate tooth decay like vaccines prevent disease; but they were wrong about that, too. They said fluoride was a necessary nutrient and, like vitamin C prevents scurvy, fluoride would prevent tooth decay – wrong again.
The US Surgeon General reports tooth decay is at epidemic proportions among our poor and minority populations, many of whom live in fluoridated communities . While, tooth decay is increasing in US children , the United Kingdom reports an 11% cavity decline in a recent survey and a 15% decline in a previous survey. The UK is only 10% fluoridated and provides low-fluoride children’s toothpaste. Only high-dose fluoride toothpaste is available in the U.S. – twice the dosage of the UK’s children’s fluoridated toothpastes.
In fact, non-water-fluoridated Finland, Sweden and Holland cut tooth decay rates by 92%, 82% and 72% respectively over the past 20 years. While in the super-fluoride saturated U.S., public health dentists only managed to cut rates by 50% over the same period (since 1984). … ” (read more)
Published on Tuesday, August 05, 2014 by Common Dreams
‘Massive Environmental Disaster’ in Canada as Toxic Tailing Pond Floods Waterways Water ban put in place as a tailing pond gives way and tens of millions of gallons of waste course through area rivers and lakes.
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Outrage in Colorado over Fracking Betrayal of Top Democrats ~Politicians announce drilling regulatory panel will welcome input by industry and business groups, headed by XTO Energy president …In what is being slammed as a hijacking of the democratic process—and a cave to pressure by the oil and gas industry—top Colorado democrats have pulled two anti-fracking initiatives from the state’s November ballot despite huge grassroots support behind the proposals.”