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"The Simpsons" Tackle Fracking in "Opposites A-Frack"

"The Simpsons" Tackle Fracking in "Opposites A-Frack"

by Leslie Gabriel November 26, 2014

A discussion of the fifth episode of the 26th season of "The Simpsons" - "Opposites A-Frack."

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Birthplace Of Fracking - Votes To Ban Fracking !!!

Birthplace Of Fracking - Votes To Ban Fracking !!!

by Leslie Gabriel November 18, 2014

Voters in Denton, TX, widely considered the birthplace of fracking, just passed a ban on fracking within its borders. Whether the courts will uphold this ban remains to be seen.

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Water Politics Of The California Drought - The Power Brokers Of Water

Water Politics Of The California Drought - The Power Brokers Of Water

by Leslie Gabriel September 27, 2014

A handful of power brokers in California play a large role in who gets water and who is left high and dry.

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Middle East Water Politics - Protecting Water Resources

Middle East Water Politics - Protecting Water Resources

by Leslie Gabriel September 27, 2014

The problem of groundwater depletion has reached crisis levels in the Middle East. And, it affects politics more than you could possibly imagine.

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Fracking and Our Groundwater

Fracking and Our Groundwater

by Leslie Gabriel September 01, 2014

The oil and gas industry claims that fracking poses no dangers to our drinking water. That is BULL DINK !!! Scientists, the EPA and activist groups around the nation have proven otherwise.

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The Toledo, Ohio Water Crisis: Explained

The Toledo, Ohio Water Crisis: Explained

by Leslie Gabriel August 21, 2014

A discussion of the Toledo, Ohio water crisis from August of 2014.

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Watery Wonders Of The World

Watery Wonders Of The World

by Leslie Gabriel July 03, 2014

From oceans and streams to waterfalls and rivers, water plays a vital role in creating many of the unique natural landmarks that people travel around the globe to enjoy. These four Watery Wonders of the World deserve a place on any traveler's bucket list, as they capture some of the most unique and memorable forms of water.

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From Everyday Man to Water Superhero - The Birth of SuperWaterMan

From Everyday Man to Water Superhero - The Birth of SuperWaterMan

by Leslie Gabriel June 12, 2014

Humans have a funny tendency to take things for granted. Sometimes it takes an unusual individual to shake people out of their stupor and make them see the things that are right there in front of them. In fact, sometimes it takes an actual hero – a superhero – to make us see what really matters. SuperWaterMan is just such a hero.

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Pushing Back the Desert with Water Retention Landscapes

Pushing Back the Desert with Water Retention Landscapes

by Leslie Gabriel March 18, 2014

Water desertification problems can be solved with solutions such as water retention landscaping, a concept based on permaculture ideas.

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It's Time To Get Visceral About Water - Part 1: Duke Energy & The Dan River Coal Ash Spill

It's Time To Get Visceral About Water - Part 1: Duke Energy & The Dan River Coal Ash Spill

by Leslie Gabriel February 16, 2014

Sometimes the universe gives us a wake up call and this is one huge alarm clock without a snooze button.

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50 Million Plastic Water Bottles Are Thrown Away Daily !!!

50 Million Plastic Water Bottles Are Thrown Away Daily !!!

by Leslie Gabriel February 14, 2014 1 Comment

You know the bottled water that people purchase ?? Guess what ?? All those plastic bottles makes a big, big mess.

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We Call It Water Consciousness

We Call It Water Consciousness

by Leslie Gabriel January 30, 2014

Three women find that participating in World Water Day is a meaningful way to join the global movement of water consciousness.

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The Great H2O Debate: Is There Water on Mars ??

The Great H2O Debate: Is There Water on Mars ??

by Leslie Gabriel January 19, 2014

The topic of water on Mars has heated up in recent years. Especially, since researchers may have caught a glimpse of flowing liquid.

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Water to Power Our Planet

Water to Power Our Planet

by Leslie Gabriel January 18, 2014

Water is an incredible source of natural energy on our planet. Water powers our bodies, ecosystems and hydro electric power, powers large parts of our planet.

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Portland Is Wet - And We Like It This Way

Portland Is Wet - And We Like It This Way

by Leslie Gabriel January 18, 2014

If you ask around about Portland, Oregon, there are a few typical reactions you will probably get, including, “It's weird”, “It's full of hipsters” and “It's wet”.

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