#waterroundup for June 15th, 2018
Friday, June 15, 2018
*Both across the United States and around the world, access to clean water continues to be a daily issue. Let’s take a look at some stories from the last week that illustrate the struggles many are facing as well as some technology that may be a solution. Welcome to the Weekly Water Roundup: *
The true impact of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico will continue to be assessed for years, but one of the most pressing problems facing the American island in the storm’s wake is lack of access to clean water.
Embedded content: http://www.latimes.com/opinion/editorials/la-ed-safe-water-20180614-story.html In California, water quality issues are plaguing the population, with residents of the wealthiest state facing lack of access to basic clean water. Is a crisis looming?
Water quality problems face people in every corner of the earth, but the citizens of Bogota are facing a very specific set of issues. The Colombian city’s unique water infrastructure is forcing them to face these issues head on.
It’s real sci-fi tech come to life, with a new innovative technique that may let us pull clean water straight out of the air.
Embedded content: https://www.brit.co/how-using-smart-water-bottle-helped-hydration-goals/ We all want to keep hydrated. From skincare to general health, drinking water is ever important, so one writer decided to use an innovative new bottle to get her H2O intake up.