Water Depletion: A Pivotal Concern In Mexico’s 2024 Election

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Health authorities react to rampant fertilizer and pesticide contamination in water.

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Water Depletion: A Pivotal Concern In Mexico’s 2024 Election

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By Zara Gounden, Circle of Blue - February 7, 2024 Serious…

“We Can’t Sit Back” – Amid Polluted Water and Climbing Cancer Rates, Iowa Eyes Farm Chemicals

Health authorities react to rampant fertilizer and pesticide contamination in water.

Year in Water, 2023

Scenes from the Great Acceleration

Push to Turn Farm Manure into Renewable Energy Draws Concerns

Billions in Taxpayer-funded incentives for new, loosely regulated U.S. energy sector.

Will Energy From Manure Help or Harm Water Quality in Michigan?

Chevron and two utilities are building big methane biodigesters on the state’s largest dairies.

US Regulators Order Minnesota to Clean Up Nitrate Contaminated Water

EPA acts to limit an “imminent” health threat

EPA Restarts Assessment of Health Risks from Nitrate in Water

The agency will evaluate the hazards from agriculture’s primary water pollutant

“What We’re Up Against” – North Dakota Towns Fight Farm Bureau to Keep Water Clean

Tiny Pelican Township gets dragged into national campaign to upend local zoning rules.

New Mexico’s Largest Fire Wrecked This City’s Water Source

Era of megafires endangers water supplies in American West.