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Protecting Our Blue Planet: Water, Climate, and the AWS

Water Security Is Inextricably Linked to Climate
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World Water Day (March 22) provides a stark reminder that fresh water is our most precious natural resource.  WWF points out that 1.1 billion people around the globe lack access to clean water, 2.7 billion face water scarcity for at least one month of the year, and 2.4 billion are exposed to waterborne illnesses due to inadequate sanitation.

Xylem Watermark Volunteers Educate Children About Water Access and Conservation in Dubai

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Xylem Watermark volunteers visited the GEMS school in Dubai and partnered with SURGE for Water, spending the day teaching children about their water footprint and informing them about the challenges that developing countries often face accessing clean water.

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Xylem Watermark volunteers visited the GEMS school in Dubai and partnered with SURGE for Water, spending the day teaching children about their water footprint and informing them about the challenges that developing countries often face accessing clean water.

Knorr Educates Consumers on “Saving Hidden Water” in Food

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When people think about conserving water at home, they probably first think of turning off the faucet when brushing their teeth or perhaps taking a "navy shower" to reduce personal water usage, but it's not likely that what's for dinner would be top of mind. Yet, the impact of what is on our plates is dramatic.

White House Lauds Ceres' Sustainable Water Initiatives at World Water Day Summit

Five major companies join Ceres’ Connect the Drops Campaign with collective commitments to save one billion gallons of water by 2020
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March 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Ceres’ Connect the Drops campaign in California and its climate-resilient water bonds initiative were both recognized at a White House ceremony today commemorating World Water Day.

More Than a Getaway Compliment: Oceans Reduce CO2

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On June 8th, we celebrate World Oceans Day. It is an important occasion for everyone because oceans create many of the elements we need to survive. Everything from seafood delicacies to medicine ingredients – it all comes from the deep blue. Similar to our forests, oceans are fundamental to all living things and they are endangered.  Rising temperatures and acidification threaten to change our oceans forever.

Oceans reduce CO2, create oxygen and more!

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