An interview with our Co-Founder and Managing Director Dr Stephanie Terreni Brown. A close look into her past, her work and what changes she wants to make in the world.
CWW’s first Youth Ambassador, Matilda Barry, introduces herself.
A Look into Canada's First Nations Water Crisis Despite possessing the world’s third largest freshwater reserves, the Canadian federal government does not supply safe drinking water to the 618 First Nations (FN) Communities in the country (Fraser Institute, 2018). DiGiovanni (2019) identified that 105 reserves in 2015 had an unsafe drinking water warning notices
River pollution: sewage & rubbish in the drinking water The Nepalese people consider the Bagmati River scared, and yet it is dying. This mighty river is subjected to a whole host of pollution: there is a chronic lack of wastewater treatment for the towns and cities along its course, meaning that sewage is dumped straight
Rainwater- the purest form of water Māori call harvested rainwater Waiora and is the purest form of water before it touches the earth. They are not wrong; rainwater harvesting is often promoted as a viable alternative to contaminated groundwater. However, rainwater can become easily contaminated by bacteria through storm water. Not a problem though -