World Water Day 2012 is Thursday, March 22. Find out what’s going on and what you can do to celebrate our most precious resource.
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.
Carole Baker is the Chair of the Alliance for Water Efficiency. Here we discuss how she got to that position, water efficiency and conservation and Texas water politics.
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!
Every day, we all rely on water for a wide variety of uses around the house, inside and out. According to the EPA, you use 50 gallons of water a day on average. There are a lot of ways to save water around the house. Read more to find out.
Kitchen and food preparation, we spend much of our lives at home in the kitchen, the major hub of activity. Saving water in the kitchen will play a big part in reducing your water consumption at home. Read more to find out.
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.
Our water supplies are limited. More than half of that outdoor water is used for watering lawns and gardens. You can reduce your outdoor water consumption by taking a few simple steps. So tighten those taps, eliminate those leaks and use water wisely
Although unseen, millions of gallons of water go into the products we buy and use, which makes consumer awareness an important step towards water conservation.
Over at GOOD magazine, July’s 30-day Challenge is to Waste Less. (Twitter hashtag: #30daysofgood) Here at GRACE, we've been having a great time checking out the the GOOD staff updates and the responses to the questions they've been putting to t
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!
So why didn’t National Vampire Awareness Day catch on? The promising holiday - dedicated to energy conservation, not blood suckers - lasted once, on October 30, 2008.
With summer upon us, it’s prime time for air conditioning and road trips. In many parts of the country, the summer season is the peak time for energy use. To cut back, let’s talk energy efficiency.
You may not realize it, but when you use energy, you're
also using water indirectly - lots of it!