The Stream, September 20: Biggest Dam Removal in U.S. History

The United States has started a $27 million project to remove two dams on the Elwha River in Washington, according to Reuters.

What does the European debt crisis mean for Europe’s renewable energy development?

Energy, climate change and water will be the most urgent development challenges facing countries over the next year, according to a a recent SustainAbility-GlobeScan survey among global sustainability experts.

The New York Times highlights some of the links between power production and water supply across the energy sector.

Egypt and Ethiopia have agreed to set up a technical team to review the impact of the massive Grand Renaissance Dam currently under construction in Ethiopia, Reuters reported.

A Chinese solar plant in Zhejiang Province was ordered to suspend work after violent protests by villagers alleging pollution from the manufacturing facility killed fish in a nearby river, Bloomberg reported.

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