San Diego skyline

With their state’s drought entering its fourth year, it’s easy for Californians to get discouraged and wonder just how much their water conservation steps are really helping. Is it really going to make a difference to municipal water supplies if you water the lawn or wash the car with the garden hose instead of using […]

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dry landscape in california

Jay Famiglietti is concerned, and with good cause. The senior water scientist at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory recently announced that California has only one year’s worth of water left in its severely depleted reservoirs and groundwater supplies, with no end in sight to a drought that has already lasted over four years. According to […]

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women carrying water

Pelican Water remains committed to the idea that cleaner, safer water should be made available to everyone. You can’t maintain a vision like that without supporting equality and the public good—one reason we were happy to donate a whole house water filter system to the Michigan-based Our Home Transitional non-profit organization. The filtration system provides […]

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take back the tap

The United Nation’s World Water Day event does more than educate people on the importance of freshwater, although this alone in an important goal. The United Nations also encourages international action to bring about more sustainable, environmentally-conscious water use. The University of Miami’s Take Back the Tap is one such initiative. Take Back the Tap […]

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world water day

Every year, the UN chooses a theme for World Water Day, which is celebrated internationally every March 22nd. This year, the 22nd World Water Day since the program began in 1993, the theme is Water and Sustainable Development. The goal is to prepare for how we, as an international community, will manage water in the […]

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