Tag: Global water

NPR is great!  Those guys report on stuff first that no one else ever thinks about. Like the story on “microplastics” and the what must be tedious work by ecologist Chelsea Rochman and her researchers at the University of Toronto. What are microplastics?  The online version of the NPR story says they are ” …objects […]

In the U.S., 21 states have active fracking sites. Countries across the globe engage in hydraulic fracturing to access oil and natural gas. The environmental and physical safety of fracking continues to be debated around the world, but those debates tend to be focused on the potential dangers of the actual act of fracking. Some […]

as reported at NewsDeeply on July 30: Hot Weather, Land Abuses Fueling Algal Blooms in Western Waters Toxic bacteria produced by some algae are a threat to public health. Climate change may be one reason algal blooms have become a growing concern for many water agencies. THE WEST IS known for summer wildfires. Now it seems […]

As seen in the Golden Transcript Newspaper GOLDEN COMPANY OFFERING CLEANER TECHNOLOGY IDEAS TO THE CHINESE Christy Steadman csteadman@coloradocommunitymedia.com John “Grizz” Deal, the CEO of IX Power Clean Water based in Golden, is no stranger to China. He’s been travelling there for more than a decade to conduct business. But on June 6 and 7, […]

PRESS RELEASE GOLDEN, CO, July 26, 2018– Water technology is one of the most promising opportunities for investors today, and IX Power Clean Water is now providing people with an eye toward the future an opportunity to participate in the lucrative $150 billion per year industry focused on “produced water” from oil & gas, mining, […]

Yuck! When you think of contaminated water systems, leaky pipes and other bad news about drinking water, you may think Bangladesh, India, or Mexico, but the good old USA is just as guilty of bad water infrastructure – in its smaller communities. Navid Saleh, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of […]

It’s news, but it’s not surprising news – the American West is not just experiencing drought. (Drought is a temporary condition.) We are going through aridification – the period of transition when a location becomes increasingly and permanently water scarce. How will our western states survive? What can we do to prepare for this coming challenge? […]

A new study that looks at water competition between cities & agriculture has found that URBAN water demand in 482 of world’s largest cities will increase by 80% by 2050, leading to an acute urban surface-water deficit. What will we do?! Learn about recycling at buff.ly/2y3b3CZ. Read the story at: How agriculture can ease the […]