Because whatever ones environmental, political, or religious opinion, whatever...– Blue Gold, movie.
I know poverty because poverty was there before I was born and it has become...– Anon.
South Africa and Clean Water
South Africa is one of the few countries in the world that formally recognise water as a human right. Its national water and sanitation programme, which is one of the largest national programmes in Africa, aims to deliver sustainably on that right. Both the recognition of water as a human right and the development of the national water and sanitation programme derive from the advent, in 1994, of...
Jackie Lee's Birthday Wish →
Did you know that you could raise money for clean water through your birthday? Check out Jackie Lee’s Birthday Wish and see how she did it! Find us on Facebook Causes here: http://www.causes.com/causes/460838
Toyota Land Cruiser, Master of Africa? →
This is the car we’re thinking of getting for our Africa Trip as a support vehicle. Suggestions? Thoughts?
What story will you tell? Will it be one of normalcy? Or will it be weird? Will you grow up, go to the right school, get the right job, make lots of money, and be happy? Or will you do something different. What does it look like to commit your life to the weird? What does it look like to write a story for your life that may just be crazy, but may actually work? The greatest heroes...
Walk4Water is planning our California journey this summer! Starting at the Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco all the way to Los Angeles. If you are from the great state of California, stay tuned for ways you can be involved! We’ll have some different contests going on, and want to meet up with lots of groups along the way. Looking forward to meeting great people, awesome views, and...
Trace amounts of Japan reactor fall out detected... →
More Issues for Damaged Japanese Nuclear Plant →
After the discovery that contaminated water was leaking from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, Japan has asked Russia for the use of its portable radiation treatment plant.
Things are changing daily in many North African countries, here’s a quick summary to keep you updated: -Egypt: Now that protestors have ousted President Hosni Mubarak, they are focusing on moving on from military rule to a freer form of government- through the formation of numerous political parties. Some of these parties seek to impart religion (mainly Islam) into the nascent...