Where Is The Water Going?

Small farmers struggle as ag titans wheel water for profit

Households Still Have Not Received Aid from New Federal Water Bill Assistance Program

A new federal assistance program is slow to launch.

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Where Is The Water Going?

Small farmers struggle as ag titans wheel water for profit

Households Still Have Not Received Aid from New Federal Water Bill Assistance Program

A new federal assistance program is slow to launch.

2021 Election Recap: New York Voters Approve Clean Water Constitutional Amendment

High-profile water-related issues were also on the ballot in Maine, Boise, and Virginia Beach.

Climate Change Grips Trout Streams Across the Nation:

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Across the country, anglers have watched as droughts, floods, and high temperatures batter the rivers they depend on.

2021 Election Preview: The Expensive Battle in Maine over Hydropower Imports

The second-most expensive campaign in Maine history is a debate over energy infrastructure.

2021 Election Preview: Two Cities, Facing Floods and Aridity, Eye Big Public Works

Boise and Virginia Beach ask voters to approve infrastructure plans that exceed a half-billion dollars.

2021 Election Preview: New York Considers Right to Clean Water

Voters will decide on a constitutional amendment for environmental rights.

In Benton Harbor, Residents’ Complaints of Lead-Tainted Water Carry Echoes

Water samples from Benton Harbor homes since 2018 consistently revealed elevated levels of lead

Water Groups Lauded a Side Agreement at the Paris Climate Conference. Then It Languished.

The fate of the Paris Pact reveals the difficulties in incorporating water into global climate agreements.

As Drought Grips American West, Irrigation Becomes Selling Point for Michigan

Michigan farmers irrigate with 187 billion gallons of groundwater a year. Is the state prepared for more?

What’s Up With Water — November 29, 2021

  • In South Africa, cities in Eastern Cape province are once again facing the threat of water shortages.
  • In South Sudan, the coronavirus pandemic is a secondary concern these days.
  • In the United States, a battle over renewable energy in New England has taken another turn.