The Stream, May 13, 2021: A Sinking Mexico City Could Lead To Groundwater Contamination

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YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN A recent study found Mexico City is…

Great Lakes Water Diversions Could Be More Numerous

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Should Michiganders be worried?

The Stream, May 12, 2021: Lower Water Levels On Great Lakes Could Mean Less Erosion

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YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN A dry winter could mean lower water…

Extremely Dry Conditions Spill Across the American West

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Drought and climate change are sapping the region's water. The…

On Eve of Line 5 Shutdown Deadline, Enbridge Vows to Defy Michigan Order

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The Canadian petroleum company technically has until Wednesday night to stop piping oil through the Straits of Mackinac, according to the state of Michigan. But what happens if the company refuses to abide by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s order?

The Stream, May 11, 2021: Groundwater in Hyderabad Drops For Second Month In A Row

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YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN Groundwater table levels drop for the…

Federal Water Tap, May 10: White House Releases Conservation Roadmap

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The Rundown President Biden aims to conserve 30 percent of the…

HotSpots H2O: Water and Land Disputes Turn Violent Along Ambiguous Kyrgyz-Tajik Border

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Christian Thorsberg, Circle of Blue The border shared…

The Stream, May 7, 2021: Vietnamese Farmers Turn to Shrimp As Salination Threatens Rice Crop

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YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN Vietnamese farmers are starting to raise…

Cheese in the Desert: Why Mega-Dairies are Piping Water onto Oregon’s Shrub-Steppe

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An environmental coalition is lobbying for a moratorium on mega-dairies, which have proliferated in a water-challenged area of northeastern Oregon