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Photo Friday - World Water Day

Photo Friday - World Water Day

Happy Magic, China: Officially known as the Beijing Water Cube Water Park, Happy Magic is part of the National Aquatics Center and is now Beijing’s most visited tourist spot after the Great Wall. Thanks to a major renovation in 2011, the place looks even more futuristic than on opening day in 2008: Think splashy colored tubes, transporting human water rockets through a system of slides twisting this way and that.

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist

Happy Magic, China: Officially known as the Beijing Water Cube Water Park, Happy Magic is part of the National Aquatics Center and is now Beijing’s most visited tourist spot after the Great Wall. Thanks to a major renovation in 2011, the place looks even more futuristic than on opening day in 2008: Think splashy colored tubes, transporting human water rockets through a system of slides twisting this way and that.

Use these ideas at home, at church or in your small group to share the importance of clean water with those around you.

How to Share the Importance of Clean Water With Children

Use these ideas at home, at church or in your small group to share the importance of clean water with those around you.

In a World Full of Holiday Excess, Let’s Stand Up and Combat Food Waste | FoodTank.com

In a World Full of Holiday Excess, Let’s Stand Up and Combat Food Waste | FoodTank.com

Charity:Water = amazing organization! http://www.averageadvocate.com/2010/10/delicious-water-charities/

Charity:Water = amazing organization! http://www.averageadvocate.com/2010/10/delicious-water-charities/

Quietly, a revolution to develop cheap ways to draw water for irrigation is unfolding in small villages.

A quiet water revolution

Quietly, a revolution to develop cheap ways to draw water for irrigation is unfolding in small villages.

Why I'm No Longer Mad at Monsanto

Why I'm No Longer Mad at Monsanto

This photo essay by Jane Baldwin, KARA WOMEN SPEAK, records stories of indigenous women living in the communities of the Omo River Valley, Ethiopia, whose way of life is entwined with the ecology of the river.

This photo essay by Jane Baldwin, KARA WOMEN SPEAK, records stories of indigenous women living in the communities of the Omo River Valley, Ethiopia, whose way of life is entwined with the ecology of the river.

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