The university joins a nationwide movement to promote tap water over bottled water.
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International study finds serious threats to the world’s fresh water.
The African country reaches out to its Nile Basin neighbor.
Announcement comes, as Canada plans joint effort with the United States to study the threat posed to the Great Lakes
Production from the Bakken Shale is projected to use up to 5.5 billion gallons of water annually.
The newly appointed czar says he’s undecided on separating the infested Mississippi and Illinois rivers from Lake Michigan.
The EPA must do a better job of regulating the waste and protecting the nation’s water supply.
Invasive Asian carp make a surprise appearance on the Missouri River.
A look at how states across America are facing deep frack dilemmas.
Enbridge is working overtime to clean up the spill, placate the community, and get oil flowing again.
An environmental group’s legal victory in the fight to block the dumping of water from a contaminated site into a popular Michigan fly-fishing stream may provide stronger legal protections for lakes and streams across the state.
“Fracking” is the injection of water and chemicals to rupture deep shale and release natural gas.