5 Ways to Help Provide Clean Water During World Water Week

The United Nations doesn’t mince words when it says that water scarcity is one of the world’s biggest challenges. If measurable changes do not happen, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in water-stressed countries by 2025. I have seen how water scarcity is already a mainstay for families in rural Africa and southeast Asia. … Continue reading 5 Ways to Help Provide Clean Water During World Water Week

To Empower Women, Give Them Better Access to Water

Bethany Caruso, Emory University Imagine going through your day without ready access to clean water for drinking, cooking, washing or bathing. Around the world, 663 million people face that challenge every day. They get their water from sources that are considered unsafe because they are vulnerable to contamination, such as rivers, streams, ponds and unprotected … Continue reading To Empower Women, Give Them Better Access to Water

Another Easy Way to Give Water for Good

Water issues continue to be front and center of global health and development goals. In fact, 783 million people today do not have sustainable access to clean, safe water. While there have been notable strides in providing access to water to regions in need around the world, that need is still astronomical. Many NGOs and … Continue reading Another Easy Way to Give Water for Good

How and Why Coca-Cola is Restoring Water to Our National Forests

When I stepped out of the U.S. Forest Service SUV after nearly a two-hour scenic autumn drive from Taos, New Mexico to the Carson National Forest, we were standing in an expansive valley so big that huge cows below us looked like mere dots in the distance. We had finally arrived at Valle Vidal, a … Continue reading How and Why Coca-Cola is Restoring Water to Our National Forests

11 Photos in Honor of World Water Day

This Sunday, March 22, is the United Nations’ World Water Day. 354 million people continue to not have access to clean, drinking water every day. This is a critical problem because dirty water causes a whole host of water-borne diseases that kill the smallest children, especially those under the age of five. “Without access to … Continue reading 11 Photos in Honor of World Water Day