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Water's crisis is ours to change

From: Buisness-standard By Sunita Narain Recommended by: business-standard By the time you read this, the crisis will be over. It will be business as usual. Instead of acute and crippling water shortage, the worry will be floods.
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Antarctica is losing billions of tons of ice each year, sharply boosting sea levels

Earth-orbiting satellites are watching Antarctica thaw.  Eighty scientists from over 40 earth sciences agencies, including NASA and the European Space Agency, used satellite data from between 1992 to 2017 to find that Antarctica has lost three
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Whale jumps out of water and completely soaks boat filled with tourists

One moment you're completely dry on a boat whale watching, the next moment you're completely drenched on a boat while continuing to look for more whales. That's what happened to a group of whale watchers in Port Macquarie, Australia on Saturday
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6 royal weddings from history that blow Harry and Meghan's out of the water

Sure, Harry and Meghan's wedding looks fun, but when you compare it to what came before it's basically just tea and biscuits in a rec-centre. SEE ALSO: The acting roles of Meghan Markle before her royal engagement History is littered with royal
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Neal Shusterman's 'Dry' is a harrowing look at a world without water

Neal Shusterman is back! Just months after the release of his new novel Thunderhead in his Arc of the Scythe series, National Book Award-winning author Shusterman has a new novel, Dry, that explores what would happen if the United States ran out of
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You can submerge this Bluetooth speaker in water and it will still work

Bluetooth speakers are great: they’re wireless, they’re portable, and they let you easily recreate that iconic scene from Say Anything without lifting a heavy boombox.  But most of them aren’t very durable and instantly die if
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Make sure you’re getting enough water with this hydration reminder gadget

'Ulla' is a small, light-up device that reminds you to stay hydrated. Just stick it onto a reusable bottle. If you're not drinking enough, it will blink to let you know when it's time to sip. You can purchase 'Ulla' here for $25.00 here. Read more
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4 ways you're doing water wrong (and how to fix it)

 You know you need to drink more water, but getting your 8 glasses in every day isn’t always easy. Staying hydrated keeps us healthy. It can impact kidney function, helps us boost our metabolism, and aids in digesting what we eat. But the
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These teams are competing to create devices that can extract water from thin air

Clean water is a necessity, but as recent events in Cape Town have shown, securing it isn't so easy. That looming challenge has led to a competition called the Water Abundance XPRIZE. It's getting teams to build technology which can extract a
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Cauvery, Cape Town have much in common: Cities need wisdom for water

From: Buisness-standard By Sunita Narain Recommended by: business-standard Cauvery and Cape Town — one a river flowing through agricultural fields and booming cities in south India and the other a modern and prosperous city in