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Coolest Graph Ever on Water Conservation

This 6-minute talk presented by a 9th grade student is built around a single graph showing the relationship between population growth in our region and water consumption.

Water and Energy Nexus

In this six-minute video, Michael Brent from the Cascade Water Alliance eloquently defines the Water Energy Nexus.

Introduction to SNOTEL (WA)

Explore the Snow Telemetry (SNOTEL) of Washington State with Rishi Hazra. Generate reports, analyze graphs, and recognize trends.

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Rainwater Harvesting - Stone 34 Case Study

Rainwater Harvesting - Stone 34 Case Study

Explore the water conservation and treatment requirements of Seattle’s Deep Green Pilot Program with Michael Hendrick

zHome Case Study - Water Efficiency for Tomorrow

zHome Case Study - Water Efficiency for Tomorrow

Michael Brent, the Water Resources Manager for Cascade Water Alliance, a King County drinking water provider, works to extend existing water supplies and prepare for a more sustainable tomorrow and in this video Michael explains water efficiency through zHome.

Bottled Water is Dumb Math

Bottled Water is Dumb Math

Fiona Douglas-Hamilton with SEEC LLC discusses the increasing appetite for bottled water globally and in the US.

Groundwater Well Management on the Sammamish Plateau

Groundwater Well Management on the Sammamish Plateau

Jay Regenstreif with Sammamish Plateau Water explains that water supply does not always come from lakes and streams, but also can be found underground.

H2Obligation

H2Obligation

H2Obligation calls on all of us to rise to the challenge of being responsible stewards of one of the earth's most valuable natural resources, water.

Singapores Story of Integrated Water Management

Singapores Story of Integrated Water Management

Basant Apurva explores the amazing story of Singapores transition towards greater water security and sustainability.

Women, Water and Projects that last

Women, Water and Projects that last

Describes the human toll of the global water and sanitation crisis and the challenge of investing in permanent solutions that meet the highest priorities of users, especially women and girls.

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