Michigan PFAS by the numbers: How much is unsafe?

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Confusion runs rampant about PFAS dangers. The federal government and states can’t agree on how much is unsafe for states. Here’s a primer on what’s known so far.

Speaking of Water - World Water Week With Torgny Holmgren

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Torgny Holmgren discusses the latest water news, global water challenges,

2017 Was Deadliest Year for Environmental Activists

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Latin America, the most dangerous region for land and water defenders,…

In Flint Water Crisis, EPA’s Friendly Relationship with State Regulators Delayed Use of Legal Authority

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Despite warning signs, federal authorities were slow to act in Flint, the agency’s internal watchdog says.

A Decade After Barcelona’s Water Emergency, Drought Still Stalks Spain

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Precipitation in 2017 was scarce, plunging Spain into its worst drought since 2008.

Water Access In Lima Complicated by Inequality and Climate Uncertainty

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Lima, Peru, is at high risk for water shortages.

Speaking of Water - Water Conflict Chronology

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Podcast interview with Dr. Peter Gleick discussing violence associated with fresh water

In USAID Redesign, Water Is Grouped with Food and Climate

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Will sanitation and hygiene get lost in the organizational shuffle?

In Kabul, Residents Chase Receding Groundwater

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The number and depth of wells is constantly increasing in Afghanistan’s capital city.

Water Debt Not on the Menu in Baltimore’s Tax Sale Season

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City and state officials take steps to keep residents from losing…
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Karachi’s Water Supply Curtailed by Theft and Mismanagement

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Theft, corruption, and disrepair hamper water access for millions in Pakistan's largest city. 

International Conference Discusses Remedies to Lake Chad Crisis

Ambitious engineering project on the agenda. By Brett…