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Tap, Distilled, Mineral, Spring, Coconut: Which waters do what?

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Water Mar 13, 2020
“Sprudelwasser, bitte!”: An Introduction to German Water Culture

“Mit oder ohne?” If you’ve ever ordered water in Germany, you’ll be familiar with this restaurant scenario. The waiter arrives at your table, you ask for water, and they respond with a very crucial question: would you like your water ...

Water Mar 9, 2020
“It was underpinning every interaction”: New York photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz and his 15-year project on water.

An innovative project supported by the United Nations, Wateraid and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Mustafah Abdulaziz turns his lens to a theme that is universal to existing. Ripples of glistening ocean surround three swimmers. A pregnant woman in ...

Water Mar 9, 2020
Clean Water Protection in the U.S.A.

At the start of the new decade, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) dramatically reduced the number of waterways in America that get protection under the Clean Water Act. While the consensus was mostly joyous amongst farmers, fossil fuel producers and ...

Water Jan 31, 2020
Water Quality in Florida

With over twenty million residents, Florida is one of the most populated states in America, recently knocking the Empire State, New York, as the third largest in the United States. And this population growth doesn’t show signs of slowing down, ...

Water Jan 23, 2020
Our Journey Forward

For those of us who came of age in the 1980s and 1990s, our adulthood was supposed to be an era that was nothing short of a technologically advanced utopia brimming with equality. However, as many societies became more advanced, ...

Water Jan 9, 2020
The Growing Thirst for Mineral Water

In 2013, Ray’s & Stark Bar, located at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, did something that some could have written off as “very L.A.” Working together with water sommelier Martin Riese, the restaurant unveiled a unique water menu, ...

Water Dec 13, 2019
The Benefits of Mineral Water for a Hangover

When one suffers from a hangover, it’s most likely that dehydration is to blame. In addition, another coexisting culprit is that the person in question may have a mineral deficiency, where important minerals such as magnesium and potassium are not ...

Water Nov 27, 2019
Public Water in Chicago

As one of the largest cities on the Great Lakes, Chicago has been a leading economic and cultural force in the Midwestern United States since it was settled in the late 1700s. With around ten million inhabitants, the metropolitan area, ...