With the cost of water in the Murray-Darling basin at its highest level in a decade and the World Bank calling for responsible access for all, our responsibility is to not turn this crisis into a business opportunity.
Well, it seems we can put one debate to bed, as a pioneering group of scientists have decided that water does taste like something.
The Harbour City’s big dry continues, forcing Sydney Water to enforce serious restrictions. This is what you can and cannot do from June 1.
Is there life on Mars? Dunno. But there’s certainly water on it, and this time we really should get excited.
Elon Musk has offered to solve something the government has not: Flint’s water supply. All things considered, it’s actually a rather important move.
Family-run business and brand partner to TBS, Alka Power’s unique water, science-backed and of peerless taste, stands shoulder-to-shoulder with the international conglomerates.
Keeping water sources clean has been a problem our species has always faced, however, Australian Rebekah Brown has an ingenious and easily applicable solution, especially in the third world. Genius.
Monday morning. We’re opening the week with a flower that smells like death, because tabloid journalism. Also, science can now draw water from the most desert-like conditions with a device no bigger than a tissue box.
Water is the source of all things, but thanks to our partners at Alka Power, we know that some waters run deeper than others.
We spoke with Steve Pettaras, the scientific mind behind Australia’s premier alkaline water product Alka Power about the misconceptions in the bottled water market, and how success doesn’t guarantee safety.
The Editor’s nan is back, and she’s describing the strange violent dreams she has survived. She may be angling for some free analysis – Gay Mackie
After NASA’s announcement of the Mars discovery, we here at TBS are let down by the outcome. We didn’t get the present we wanted.
Jordan King-Lacroix spoke to the director of EcoPeace, Gidon Bromberg, who plans to improve the Jordan river and in the process, help to heal tensions in the area.
MP Alex Greenwich clearly states his opposition to CSG mining, citing contamination of Sydney’s drinking water and irreparable damage to surrounding ecosystems as only part of the problem…