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Things I do to Save Water – Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School Guest Blog

The authors of this entry, Marissa Spruell and Kevin Stennett, are students in Suzy Halverson’s class at Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School in Florida and have been participating in GEF’s Green Building Course during the Fall of 2011. They recently … Continue reading

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Technology Driven Behavior Change is Saving Water

Did you know that only 1% of all the water on earth is available for human use? It seems like the supply is endless to those in the developed world because it’s always available, it’s clean, and simply not an … Continue reading

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Happy World Rivers Day 2011

Rivers are the lifeline of human history. They have sustained agriculture as we know it through irrigation, tributaries, and aquifers. In developing countries, rivers determine where people settle, what trade specialties thrive, and the shape of cities. Did you know … Continue reading

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