Water: A World Crisis Too Big To Ignore

Water scarcity is a global issue and soon every region of the world will have to face the challenges it brings. Pollution is tainting the already dwindling freshwater supply we have left and arid and urbanizing areas are overusing water at high rates.   A dwindling supply Irrigation and agricultural uses are the biggest divergences for freshwater supplies followed by household and industrial usage. Ninety-six percent of the world’s freshwater resources are in difficult-to-access glaciers in the North and South Poles. This remaining 4% is found in groundwater, land glacier, and surface water resources. Of these other resources, the...


Obama’s Best Quote from the #SOTU

We may be a little biased, but our ears definitely perked up when we heard this one:


Since we know a thing or two about exchanges here at Meridian, here are a few things you may not know behind this quote: