In her new movie "Last Call at the Oasis," Oscar-winning filmmaker Jessica Yu trains her lens on the world water crisis, with a particular emphasis on the United States - a nation that is little aware of its burgeoning water quality and quantity prob
250 science high school students saw a preview of the soon-to-be released water documentary Last Call at the Oasis. In this podcast we talk with Kai Olson-Sawyer about the screening of the film.
"Last Call at the Oasis" introduces us to a very different set of heroes; real life idols fighting against the global water crisis, a more formidable foe than what "The Avengers" are up against.
Barring any cataclysmic events, here are our predicted trends for 2012 in Food, Water and Energy (Fwenergy, if you will). And while there are no doomsday scenarios, not everything looks rosy for 2012.
Our water resources aren't endless. We need to protect and conserve them, especially since the average American water footprint, or the total amount of water is nearly twice the world's average.
By taking simple steps to reduce your water use at home you can quickly be on your way to saving gallons − and dollars − every day!
Industrial agriculture is among the leading sources of water pollution in the United States today.
The American dream might be to live in a big house with an emerald green lawn in front and a shimmering pool out back. From a water conservation standpoint, this is more like a nightmare than a dream!
There's a whole world beyond the United States with differing resources, cultures and values placed on how and why water is used. A new water footprint digital visualization helps us to understand this better.
Here at Ecocentric we love dishing out greening tips, and this season’s heat has got us in vacation mode. So in the spirit of sustainability and summer fun, we have some tips to make your summer travels more environmentally friendly
Watch 8-year old Aqua and her dog, Sparky, show her family how to conserve water and save money. Intended for kids in grades K-4 and for distribution by parents and teachers.
Once people have access to a well and a toilet their lives improve drastically, especially so for women. In Malawi women and girls are typically responsible for bringing water to the household, a task that can sometimes take an hour per trip, for as
A collection of tools like water calculators, xeriscape instructions and irrigation guides that can help you figure out how to conserve and use water more efficiently.