HotSpots H2O: Landslide Triggers Devastating Flash Floods in India

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The collapse of a mountain flank in India’s northern Uttarakhand state last week triggered devastating flash floods in the region.

High Demand for New Michigan Water Infrastructure Grants

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A new grant program in Michigan to rid drinking water systems of contaminants is proving to be quite popular.

HotSpots H2O: Amid Water Crisis, Recent Storms Provide Some Relief to Istanbul

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Recent storms provided relief to drought-stricken Istanbul…

EPA Nominee Regan Touts Collaboration during Senate Confirmation Hearing

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North Carolina’s top environmental regulator would seek “common ground” if confirmed in the federal role.

U.S. Civil Rights Commission Advisers File Report on Water Inequity in Massachusetts

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A new report approaches water access and affordability as civil rights issues.

HotSpots H2O: In Ethiopian Conflict, Water Insecurity and Disease Risk Escalate

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Destruction to infrastructure in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia has left people without access to clean water and increased the risk of fatal diseases. 

Speaking of Water: China's Water Challenges in 2021

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Both at home and abroad, water will play a significant role in China's policy decisions in 2021.

Hot Spots H2O: Research Finds High Levels of PFAS Contaminants in Chinese Drinking Water

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Drinking water for millions of people in China has unsafe levels of PFAS toxics, according to a new study.

‘Mass Aging’ of Dams a Global Safety and Financial Risk, UN Report Says

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A global dam-building binge that spanned the early- to mid-20th century is now reaching a turning point, according to a report published by the United Nations.

At Dawn of Biden Administration, Opportunities for Water Systems

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President Biden put forward a $2 trillion climate plan that mentions a bucketful of spending options to shore up America’s built and natural infrastructure.