Can The Circular Economy Save The Kansas River?


Can The Circular Economy Save The Kansas River? Kansas River provides drinking water to over 800,000 people and is the largest tributary to the Missouri River. Despite its importance, the river has been threatened by man-made hydrological structures and severe agricultural pollution. The Kansas River, frequently referred to as the Kaw River, stretches 173 miles from Junction […]

California Water Crisis


California Water Crisis “Water water everywhere not a drop to drink.” These famous lines by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in his rhyme ‘ Ancient Mariner ‘ perfectly describes what the water resources on our planet are heading into. Oh yes! they are heading into a disaster. Even though 71% of our planet’s surface is covered with […]

Volunteers Build Sustainable Communities


Volunteers Build Sustainable Communities Volunteers run clean-ups are an important part of environmental and social initiatives – a community act which makes it possible to collaborate with local enthusiasts, volunteers and other important stakeholders. At the same time, it’s important that cleanup programs are effective, sustainable and designed to make an impact. The daily waste generated across […]