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What’s Your Water Footprint?

Gaiam Staff by Gaiam Staff | March 21st, 2012 | No Comments
topic: Green Living | tags: agriculture, America, conserve, crops, drinking water, environment, fishing, flooding, grey water, infographic, job loss, lakes, numbers, outdoor tourism, reduce, river basins, rivers, statistics, streams, United States, water conservation, water footprint, water pollution, water quality, water table, water use, wildlife habitat, World Water Day

Water Footprint Did you know that the average American is responsible for the use of 751,777 gallons of water a year? (That’s enough water to fill more than 15 thousand bathtubs!) Or that depleting the water in rivers and streams can actually lead to flooding?

Sure, we could tell you all the facts about water use, but we’d rather show you, courtesy of this infographic from The Nature Conservancy and The Water Footprint Network.

Change Your Numbers!

The FIRM Master Instructor Team by The FIRM Master Instructor Team | January 6th, 2011 | No Comments
topic: Fitness | tags: BMI, body fat percentage, Body Mass Index, calories, cardio, centimeters, diet, exercise, Fitness, heart rate monitor, inches, measuring tape, numbers, scale, the firm, time, treadmill, weigh, weight-loss, work out, workout

Person standing on a scaleAre you the type of person who has to see numbers change in order to feel like you are making progress on your fitness path?

Do any of these ring a bell?