EPA Considers Options for Reuse and Discharge of Oil and Gas Wastewater

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U.S. oil and gas companies are setting production records, while…

The Stream, May 23, 2019: Three Dead After Flooding, Tornadoes Strike U.S. Southern Plains

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The Global Rundown Flooding and tornadoes hammer the U.S. Southern…

‘It’s Raining Plastic’: Researchers Find Microscopic Fibers in Colorado Rain Samples

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“We’re seeing plastics virtually everywhere we look,” U.S. Geological Survey researcher says.

Energy Companies Eye Big Oil and Gas Expansion in Wyoming

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Will the fracking boom echo in America’s leading coal state?

Hepatitis A Resurges in the United States

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This week's edition takes a look at a resurgence of Hepatitis A in the United States.

HotSpots H2O: Lowest Rainfall In Decades Pushes North Korea Toward Famine

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The lack of rain is worsening North Korea’s chronic food shortages, and an estimated 10.1 million people, about 40 percent of the population, are facing severe food insecurity.

‘Alarming’ Increase in U.S. Hepatitis A Cases, CDC Reports

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The resurgence of the viral liver disease hepatitis A is linked to drug use and homelessness.

What's Up With Water - Only A Third Of The Planet’s Major Rivers Are Still Free-Flowing

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In India, hundreds of thousands of people remain homeless…

What's Up With Water – Jakarta, Indonesia's Sinking Capital

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What’s Up with Water, your “need-to-know news” of the…

Capital Flight? Indonesia Leader Suggests Moving Government Out of Sinking Jakarta

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Unsustainable groundwater use is one factor that could prompt a political and urban restructuring in Indonesia.

As Salt Builds Up in Soils Around The World, Farmers and Conservationists Seek Solutions

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Salinization threatens crops and ecosystems. What can we do?