A worksheet to explain the links between showers, CO2 emissions and the loss of summer sea ice in the Arctic Download
Take a look at some of the designs pupils created to encourage people to shower shorter.
During 2015 and 2016 we collected data from 376 adolescents during the workshop ‘Is your shower killing the polar bears?’ devised and delivered by ech2o as part of Thames Water’s Water Efficiency in Schools Programme. We asked them whether they
Open defecation is a real problem in loads of countries around the world. We need a giant disco loo to keep those pesky turds off the street and help improve health. Or, a loo for every household, with or without
Great in-depth article from the Guardian about the bottled water industry. Spoiler alert: its all about how you brand it… We say: ‘Tap water needs some high flying ad agency to get onto the case!’
2.4 billion people (one third of the world’s population) do not have access to a decent loo. They either have to share a toilet with many other people or have no access to a toilet at all and have to poo outside
Read about Chloe Whipple’s year of using just 15 litres of water a day (105 litres a week) for everything, including flushing the loo and washing her clothes!
Great video about why its nuts to drink bottled water if you live in the US or the UK: Click here to view the video.
Information about the water cycle, the water treatment and sewage treatment processes. The water cycle Water treatment process Sewage treatment process
WaterAid is a charity that works to provide safe water and sanitation for everyone in the world. They produce loads of short vidoes about global water issues: Watch