HotSpots H2O, December 3: Water Infrastructure Still a Target in Ukrainian Conflict

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Attacks on civilian water infrastructure remain a strategic vulnerability in the ongoing conflict between the Ukrainian military and separatists.

Chennai’s Security Tied to Cleaning Up Its Water

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Water supply and quality motivate Tamil Nadu’s most dynamic social movements.

HotSpots H2O, November 26: Delays and Disagreements Hinder Africa’s Largest Hydropower Dam

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The Rundown The fate of a controversial dam that Ethiopia is…

Comprehensive Government Climate Report Warns That Warming Planet Threatens U.S. Water Security

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The National Climate Assessment is meant to inform U.S. leaders about changes to land, water, and air from a warming planet.

EPA Watchdog Flags Unregulated Pollutants in Treated Sewage Sludge

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An undermanned EPA is potentially failing to protect human health and the environment from hundreds of pollutants in treated sewage sludge

CDC Releases Latest U.S. Legionnaires’ Disease Data

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Legionnaires’ disease, a pneumonia-like illness, is the deadliest waterborne disease in the United States, killing about one in eleven people it sickens.

The Stream, November 9: Invasive Species Consume Huge Amounts of South Africa’s Water, Study Shows

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The Global Rundown Invasive species in South Africa consume…

2018 Election: Voters Reject Stricter Rules for Oil, Gas, and Mining

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Water protections and spending were at stake in state and local ballot initiatives.

After Hurricanes, Pollution Hazards for Private Water Wells in the Southeast

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Floodwaters from Florence and Michael introduce bacteria and contaminants into wells.