Environmental

Drained – Tales of a Modern Water Crisis

By |2022-07-11T20:19:29-04:00January 3rd, 2017|Education, Environmental|

Tailor Made Media is currently developing the web series, Drained: Tales of a Modern Water Crisis, in which they highlight domestic and foreign crises related to the most vital resource on earth: our water. Over 70% of our planet is covered by water, but less than 1% is clean, fresh, and readily available for consumption

Part 1 – Piece Pipes: America’s Addiction to Hazardous Liquid Pipelines

By |2022-07-11T20:19:34-04:00December 30th, 2016|Education, Environmental|

In Part 1 of our series, we focus on America’s continuing reliance on hazardous liquid pipelines to deliver fuel across the country. We will be examining the benifits and costs of added pipelines to our infrastructure to explore ways we can limit our dependence on fossil fuels and look toward a brighter, cleaner future. The

Part 2 – Black Mesa Unearthed: Mining and Its Impact on Our Water Table

By |2022-07-11T20:19:40-04:00December 29th, 2016|Education, Environmental|

In part 2 of the web series Tailor Made Media will illustrate the facts of mining and its impact on our water table. We will also report the untold story of how the Navajo and Hopi continue their fight for their water, something that was once free and plentiful. Thanks to an impressive grassroots campaign

Part 3 – Watersheds and Agriculture

By |2022-07-11T20:19:44-04:00December 28th, 2016|Education, Environmental|

Watersheds. Look down, you are on one right now. Whether you are standing at Times Square, the Appalachian Trail, or a farm in Virginia, the rain that falls by your feet drains following its associated watershed until it reaches a common outlet like the mouth of a bay, outflow of a reservoir, or any point

Part 4 – Upstream: Tracing the Flow Our Tap Water

By |2022-07-11T20:19:51-04:00December 25th, 2016|Education, Environmental|

Most Americans are lucky enough to have access to some of the safest potable water in the world - just by turning on the tap. Tap water is an essential part of our daily lives. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average American uses just over 100 gallons of water per day. Freshwater is

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