Element Four® has been featured in many major media over the years, such as CNN, Popular Mechanics, Wired and MSNBC. Please click on the links below to see some media coverage on Element Four.

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Water in the News

Water Shortage!
Source: The Economic Collapse Blog
Ever since the beginning of this nation, Americans have always been able to take for granted that there would always be plenty of fresh water.  But unfortunately that is rapidly changing.  Due to pollution, corruption, inefficiency and the never ending greed of the global elite, the United States (and the entire world) is heading for a very serious water shortage. Read more
Beijing halts sales of tainted bottled water
Source: Terra Daily
Authorities in Beijing have halted the sale of 31 brands of bottled water after they failed safety tests, the government reported, in the latest such scare to hit China. Random market inspections found bacteria colonies in the water, the Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce said on its website, citing a joint study with the capital's product quality bureau. Read more
44% Pakistanis drinking unsafe water as world observes Water Day today

Source: Daily Times
Access to safe water and sanitation is a daily battle for the people of rapidly growing cities, especially in slums. As many as 72 million Pakistanis out of a population of 180 million are deprived of having access to safe drinking water as the country is observing World Water Day today. Water experts urged… Read more
World Water Day: Making a Difference, One Drop at a Time

Source: Michigan Tech University
Every day, more than one billion people don’t have access to clean water. More than two billion don’t have access to adequate sanitation facilities. As the world’s population expands, those numbers are only growing. In 1992, the United Nations decided it was time to dedicate a day to doing something about it, and thus World Water Day was established. Read more
Iraq wastes 50% of water: UNICEF

Source: Google News

Fifty percent of water resources are wasted in Iraq, where six million people have no access to clean water, the United Nations said on Monday, the eve of World Water Day. "Iraq faces difficulties in meeting the target of 91 percent of households using a safe drinking water supply by 2015," due to decades of conflict, sanctions and neglect… Read more
WHO: Waterborne Disease is World's Leading Killer
Source: Voice of America News
The World Health Organization says that every year more than 3.4 million people die as a result of water related diseases, making it the leading cause of disease and death around the world. Most of the victims are young children, the vast majority of whom die of illnesses caused by organisms that thrive in water sources contaminated by raw sewage. Read more

Dirty Water: Estimated Deaths from Water-Related Diseases 2000-2020

Source: Pacific Institute
The failure to provide safe drinking water and adequate sanitation services to all people is perhaps the greatest development failure of the 20th century. The most egregious consequence of this failure is the high rate of mortality among young children from preventable water-related diseases. This paper examines different scenarios of activities in the international water arena and provides… Read more
Water Facts
Today’s water crisis is not an issue of scarcity, but of access. More people in the world own cell phones than have access to a toilet. And as cities and slums grow at increasing rates, the situation worsens. Every day, lack of access to clean water and sanitation kills thousands, leaving others with reduced quality of life. Read more

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