The Creative Culture Guide [BETA]
  Sign In

water

29 items for water (Page 1 of 1)

Water
Harmonious ways of gathering, using, re-purifying, conserving and caring for water. All living things on earth depend on water. Humans are mostly made of water and our need for H20 is even more fundamental then our need for food or shelter. Yet — while many people and communities lack the water they...

Water Purification
Removing harmful chemicals and organisms from water. ##Testing Water For Contamination The first step in water purification is understanding what impurities exist. Water contamination can be biological, chemical or both, ##Dealing With Micro Organisms Alternatives to the common practice of adding...

Food
Sustainable methods of cultivating, collecting, storing, and preparing food. Second only to air and water, food is among the most fundamental human needs. However, more so then breathing air or drinking water, acquiring food has a significant and partially unavoidable impact on other living beings....

Rainwater Collection
Catching and storing rain Collecting rain water from rooftops is a simple and sustainable way of gathering water that can also help soil and water quality by reducing erosion and runoff. Many buildings are already fitted with gutters that are sufficient for rainwater catchment and all that's required...

Rewilding Water & Earth Inc.
Specializing in wetland & stream restoration including site assessment & restoration design, permitting, project management & construction supervision. Rewilding Water and Earth Inc. works with Governments, Municipalities, NGO's, Schools, and private clients to restore wetlands and streams providing...

Blue Planet Links
Blue Planet Links Foundation's objective is to promote healthy water: safe drinking water for everyone, and oceans, rivers and lakes with thriving ecosystems. Blue Planet Links is a directory of water related initiatives aiming connect people and give them the power to change what is happening to...

Water.org
Water.org is a nonprofit organization that provides microloans to people living in poverty to enable them to put a tap or toilet in their homes.

Wind Energy
Responsibly harvesting power from wind. Humans have been harnessing wind power for more then two millennia and wind turbines are generally considered to be among the most sustainable methods of generating electricity. In addition to electricity generation wind turbines have long been used to move water...

Sailing
For areas accessible by water sailboats can efficiently transport people and large quantities of other goods using no fossil fuels and, if care is taken in choosing non-toxic materials, with a minimum environmental impact.

Geothermal Energy
Using the heat from the Earth for energy. Geothermal energy is collected by circulating water through rock or pipes underground bringing heat to the surface that can be used to heat buildings and generate electricity. A geothermal heat pump can extract enough heat from shallow ground in most parts...

Klean Kanteen
A company that makes reusable, BPA-free stainless steel water bottles, cups, and thermoses. Klean Kanteen is a certified B Corp and a member of 1% for the planet, and purchases a combination of Renewable Energy Certificates (energy created from renewable sources like wind and solar) and Carbon Offsets...

Aquarian Systems
The principle of Aquarian Systems, Ed Hoeppner, has over 25 years of experience designing and building houses and over twenty years of experience in researching and developing innovative water management systems. He has worked closely with community organizations, homeowners, regulators, architects,...

Kickstart international
KickStart (Founded by NIck Moon and Martin Fisher) designs low-cost, high quality irrigation pumps giving poor farmers in Africa access to year-round water. This helps them grow more crops, especially during the dry season, with the overall mission of helping them lift themselves and their families out...

Earthship Biotecture
Earthship is a type of house built with natural and recycled materials with energy conservation in mind. It is designed to produce water, electricity and food for its own use. Earthship basic design principles take advantage of the existing natural phenomena of the earth, building with natural and re-purposed...

Hickory Nut Forest Eco-Community
Sustainable Living in a community of ?forever-wild ?lands, green-?solar ?homes, ?organic gardens/orchard, and renewable energy from solar and water. Nestled in the beautiful Southern Appalachian Mountains near Asheville, North Carolina.

Eco-Sensense
Regenerative Design: Water, Food, Energy, Lifestyle Our objective is to live a reasonable life where our home is an extension of nature; where the systems incorporate bio-mimicry for both function and beauty. All systems work with nature to create a space that is safe and provide for our needs sustainably...

Occidental Arts and Ecology Center
"OAEC's [and the OAEC Water Institute's] work focuses on cultivating ecological literacy and building the capacity of civic and social movement leaders and organizations to guide their communities toward an ecologically regenerative, economically viable, and socially just future. We see that the most...

The Watershed Sentinel
The Watershed Sentinel has been the voice of the grassroots environmental movement in BC (and beyond) for over 25 years. Providing environmental community groups and thinkers –the folks who are working on-the-ground, with information on issues such as water, oil and gas projects, climate change, GMOs,...

Salt Spring Sprouts & Mushrooms
Salt Spring Sprouts is a small-scale food producing operation based on a 6.5 acre farm on Salt Spring Island. Permaculture design, full use of mushroom compost, recycled water systems, education. A full range of organic sprouts grown aeroponically, shitaake and oyster mushrooms. Sold at Farmers Markets...

Living Machines
Living Machine Technology blends cutting-edge science and engineering with plants and beneficial bacteria to efficiently treat and reuse wastewater, providing lasting water solutions for communities everywhere. Based on the principles of wetland ecology.

Proclaim
Lingerie made in the USA from Tencel and recycled water bottle fabrics.

The Land Institute
The Land Institute is a non-profit organization based in Salina, Kansas, that was founded in 1976 by Wes Jackson. The Land Institute’s work, led by a worldwide team of plant breeders and ecologists, is focused on developing perennial grains, pulses and oilseed bearing plants to be grown in ecologically...

Gardiner Food Co-op & Café
The Gardiner Food Co-op is a consumer-owned cooperative working to bring Maine food to Maine tables. Everyone is welcome to shop and anyone can join to become a member-owner. Opened in 2015, the Co-op is a welcoming space offering produce, meat, dairy, grocery, wellness products, beer and wine. We have...

Salal Cafe
Port Townsend, US sustainable food store.

Eat Local Eastport Co-op
Eastport, US sustainable food store.

wetlandrestorationandtraining.com
Wetland Restoration and Training LLC is owned and operated by Thomas R. Biebighauser, a wildlife biologist and wetland ecologist with 4-decades of experience in wetland and stream restoration. Thomas offers wetland restoration and construction workshops providing hands-on wetland design and construct...

Sea Smart School Society
Sea Smart School Society offers workshops, summer camps, shoreline cleanups, online lessons, after-school programs, and corporate programs to help people, and youth in particular, reconnect with nature and protect the ecological balance of the ocean and its plants and animals.

Oneota Community Food Co-op
Decorah, US sustainable food store.

Abundance Ecovillage
The Abundance EcoVillage is a place where neighborhood design, energy, water, waste recycling, and landscaping are all designed to work in tune with nature. This means that the systems we use to obtain living necessities are both socially and environmentally responsible, resulting in better living conditions...



Page 1 of 1