WATERLIFE is a highly interactive website that focuses on a documentary that tells the “story of the last great supply of fresh drinking water on Earth,” which happens to be the Great Lakes. Upon entering the site, you can choose from a number of images that transport the viewer to subjects related to the Great Lakes, such as invasive species, bottled water, power, recreation and healing. It is possible to click on any of the subject, which then takes the viewer to a page that explains that subject more in depth and involves imagery from the film. WATERLIFE essentially is promoting the conservation of the Great Lakes due to its importance locally, regionally, and internationally. It relays facts like only half of the Great Lakes wetlands remain intact. Also, 100 billion gallons of water evaporate from the lakes each day. The Great Lakes have been greatly impacted by invasive species, which harms not only the ecosystems but also the local economies. These species include Asian Carp, Zebra Mussels, and the Lamprey. A great aspect of the website is that although it speaks of many issues and negative impacts associated with the Great Lakes, it also focuses on positive action that can be taken. Education is a major component of this positive action. WATERLIFE is a part of that education tool, as it uses storytelling and beautiful imagery in order to promote awareness and the conservation of the vast supply of fresh drinking water in North America.