The universal story structure of an international water conservation campaign
There is a universal pattern to story that underpins all of our lives. Joseph Campbell, America’s foremost mythologist, called it the Hero’s Journey, or monomyth. The Hero’s Journey is the structure…
Project 3 - Infographic: Poster For this project we had to visually communicate complicated information in a simplified and visually compelling way. I chose to use information from Water.org, a charity organization that focuses on getting water to people who don't have access to clean, sustainable water. Overall, I am happy with how I streamlined and presented the information, but I wish I had more time to focus on the visual elements, which I felt were lacking.
Pros & Cons Of Water Recycling, Reuse & Reclamation - Better Meets Reality
A list of the different pros and cons of water recycling, reuse and reclamation (of waste water, storm water, and grey water)
How much water are we wasting | Infographics Archive
How much water are we wasting? Did you know that an average family of four uses the equivalent of two baths of water every day just flushing the toilet?
Let's Talk Energy - Climate Change Adaptation Lesson Plans and Infographics
Free Infographics and Lesson Plans (Gr 7-10) on Climate Change from Let's Talk Energy & Canadian Geographic FR & ENG
Water Overuse Infographic Poster Teaching Resource | Teach Starter
An infographic displaying important facts and statistics about water overuse.
Water trading: how the world's most vital resource is up for sale
Like carbon trading, REDD and food speculation before it, the buying and selling of water is just the latest example of market principles being applied to natural resources. But just how ethical is it? Debika Ray reports
Understanding water scarcity
Understanding water scarcity - Physical water scarcity occurs when there is not enough water to meet all demands. Economic water scarcity is caused by a lack of investment in water or a lack of human capacity to satisfy the demand for water, even in places where water is abundant.
Women, water and the ugly global crisis we’re not talking about
OPINION | Talk of the water crisis too often centers around water when it should be centered around women and girls.
Desalination plants produce more waste brine than thought
There’s enough wastewater from the world's facilities to cover Florida a foot deep—here’s why that’s a potential problem.