How much water are you really using? Many of us have low flow shower heads and these days our toilets are using even less water, but how does that compare to the water that goes into the things we use and consume every day? A clear message with some humor may help us a bit ..read more..
A natural landscape, bicycle lanes, wind powered lighting, storm water diversion for irrigation, drought-resistant native plants and innovative “smog-eating” concrete? Yup, it does exsists. The Cermak road in Chicago recently got the title of “greenest Street in America” according to the Chicago Department of Transport. Newly opened in October 2012, the street is the first ..read more..
This wall is created out of thousands of LED’s that are illuminated when they come in contact with water. It means you can effectively turn a water pistol in to a spray can, or even just wet your fingertips and draw with your hands. The overall effect is wonderful and I’d love to see this ..read more..
The future of water is the subject of tension. Water is both disposable and sacred, a muse for artists and a necessity for life – a source of healing and of conflict. The Earth has abundant water, but only a very small proportion is available for human use. How should this be managed and sustained, and what would a ..read more..