‘Nonpoint’ Water Pollution – Part II of the WGBH ‘Water Pressure’ Series

In the second installment of the WGBH series ‘Water Pressure: Saving A Threatened Resource’, journalist Rupa Shenoy discusses ‘nonpoint’ water pollution, specifically addressing how trash, litter and human waste negatively impact our natural waterways and marine life.

Read more here: Stop Putting Stuff On The Ground — It All Adds To ‘Nonpoint’ Water Pollution

The six-part web series is a partnership between WGBH Boston and the American Academy of Arts & Sciences to call attention to water as the world’s most critical resource. An overview of the series is available here:  Water Pressure: Saving A Threatened Resource

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