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The Global Rundown The taps are back on in Malaysia after the government called off planned electric grid maintenance, which had cut water for residents in Kuala Lumpur and Selango. In the Louisiana town of St. Joseph, lead contamination in the city water prompted Gov. John Bel Edwards to declare a public health emergency. Meanwhile, […]
2016 in Water: This year Circle of Blue found that water stresses activated big confrontations over policy, resource supply, and economic stability around the nation and the world.
Water Gets Attention As Conditions Change By Keith Schneider, Circle of Blue March 22, 2016 The 24th World Water Day, which occurs on Tuesday with events held all over the world, will be celebrated by the Obama administration with a “White House Water Summit” in Washington, D.C. The administration’s conference theme is innovation, technology, and collaboration […]
California Drought Responses Must Feed Water Strategy Long-Term The drought emergency could be a cauldron for new water management ideas and practices, according to a panel of experts. An increasingly acute social and ecological disaster, California’s drought emergency is an opportunity for officials, regulators, and managers to rethink a complex system of water rights, groundwater […]
Water-rich region, though, is getting dryer.