Nearly everything we rely on requires a tremendous amount of water, but most of it we never even see. From wastewater treatment to power generation and agriculture, Ripple Effect explores how and where our water is used. We explain why living in an industrialized society affects our global water supply, as well as the impact technology and sound policy, can play in helping make meaningful changes. Set just outside of Philadelphia, this four-part miniseries features interviews with a diverse group of subject matter experts and people on the ground who are making a positive difference in water conservation and reuse around the world.
Ripple Effect: Water Reuse PolicyDecember 7, 2017
Extreme weather events will directly affect global water distribution. Innovative policy can help us prepare.
Ripple Effect: Digital WaterDecember 6, 2017
This is how digital monitoring systems and predictive software can help save billions of gallons of water every day.
Ripple Effect: Resource RecoveryDecember 5, 2017
This wastewater plant is selling reused water to an energy plant that burns trash for electricity.
Ripple Effect: Water ReuseDecember 4, 2017
In the face of our planet's growing demands for resources, the reuse of wastewater presents a huge opportunity for conserving water globally.
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