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Videos and images that can be used to start a debate about water with your students
Water Changes Everything.
Almost a billion people live without clean drinking water. We call this the water crisis. It's a crisis because it only starts with water -- but water affects everything in life. Health. Education. Food security. The lives of women, especially. We can end the water crisis in our lifetime.
Water for All - Water changes lives
An animated video introducing Water for All, Atlas Copco's main community engagement initiative, founded in 1984 by Atlas Copco employees. The video explains why water is so important and how Atlas Copco creates change by supporting Water for All, doubling the employees' voluntary donations. Learn more at
Water Charity | Water Charity
effective projects... you will be hard pressed to find any charity, in any field, that can match our accomplishments.
Water changes lives - Water for All Water 4 All
Water for All was founded by Atlas Copco employees in 1984. Through voluntary donations, boosted by the company, this non-profit organization has so far provided clean drinking water to more than 1.5 million people.
Water Science and Technology For Students and Educators
Educational resources for water professionals and concerned citizens. Drinking Water Academy The Drinking Water Academy provides information and online training modules to ensure that water professionals, public officials, and involved citizens have the knowledge and skills necessary to protect our drinking water supply.
El ciclo del agua en una bolsa de plástico
Alfonso M. Corral | 19 de noviembre de 2014 | Divulgación La semana pasada mi hijo llegó del colegio pidiéndome permiso para hacer un experimento con el microondas. Les habían explicado el ciclo del agua y quería calentar agua en un bote ¡para ver cómo se forman las nubes!
Activity: Differential Heating of Land and Ocean
Teacher Background All you need to do on a sunny day is walk on a dry beach in the early afternoon to learn that the sand can get very much warmer than sea water. Water is a slow conductor of heat, thus it needs to gain more energy than the sand or dry land in order for its temperature to increase.