The Stream, January 2: Houston’s Leaky Pipes

Houston’s ailing pipeline system lost more than 18 billion gallons of water during the height of last year’s Texas drought, Houston Chronicle reported.

There are no clear studies on the environmental impacts of Sudan’s multi-billion dollar Merowe Dam on the Nile River, Inter Press Service reported.

Scientific American explains the environmental toll of meat consumption.

Energy efficiency might become legally binding during Denmark’s six-month EU presidency, which started on Jan.1, according to Euractiv.

Photographer Peter Caton tells the Guardian about the devastating long-term effects of introducing monocultures in the world’s biggest savannah.

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