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Epic Swim Highlights the Beauty and Pollution in Europe’s Second-longest River | Clean Danube

The Danube is a muscular source of power and a haven for fish, birds, and amphibians. It is also the conduit for four metric tons of microplastics a day that wash into the Black Sea. Just ask Andreas Fath, "the Swimming Professor" of Germany's Furtwangen University, who swam all its 2,700 kilometers (1,678 miles) in a monumental 57-day journey to raise awareness of pollution in the Danube. Read the Full Story

Water Hero Finalist | Brooke Klingbeil

Brooke is a certified Advanced Wastewater Operator, and the Laboratory Director, at the Wastewater Treatment Facility (WTF) in Medford, Wisconsin. Brooke is dedicated to... Read the Full Story