The Stream, April 10, 2024: In Western Russia, ‘Worst Flooding Ever Recorded’ Fuels Public Outcry

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Thousands of homes in western Russia have been destroyed after the Ural River swelled and burst through a dam.

Federal Water Tap, April 8: Western U.S. Snowpack Is High and Low

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The Rundown Reclamation provides funds for tribal drinking…

The Stream, April 3, 2024: Salty Drinking Water in Bangladesh, a Growing Problem, Sickens Pregnant Women

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Headaches, organ failure, and even death are befalling a number of pregnant women in coastal Bangladesh, where drinking water is becoming contaminated with salt.

Fresh, April 2, 2024: White House Announces $35 Million for Environmental Justice Projects Across Great Lakes

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The Biden administration announced a $35 million commitment for four projects supported by the EPA’s new Great Lakes Environmental Justice Grant Program.

The Stream, March 27, 2024: When Drought Comes to Poor Rural Areas, Women and Girls Suffer Most, UN Says

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The World Water Development Report, an annual UN publication, shows that women and girls are the first to suffer when poor, rural areas experience drought.

Federal Water Tap, March 25: Plants for Energy: DOE Assesses Biomass Potential

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The Rundown DOE report estimates biomass potential for energy…

World Water Day Reflects on Conflict, Peace

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Unreliable water is a significant social risk.

The Stream, March 20, 2024: Bengaluru Residents, Facing Water Shortage Crisis, Consider Leaving As Hot Summer Looms

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Drought and growing populations have pushed water supplies in Bengaluru, India, whose metro area totals 14 million people, to the brink.

Can U.S and Mexico Secure Water Supplies in Shrinking Rio Grande?

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Changes are needed in 80-year-old water treaty to accommodate the drying climate.

Fresh, March 19, 2024: Northern Wisconsin Tribe and Lakes Association Sue Cranberry Producer For Violating Clean Water Act

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The Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and a local lakes association are suing a cranberry trust for illegally releasing phosphorus-polluted water in northern Wisconsin.