U.S. Governors Detail Water Priorities for 2019

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State of the State speeches highlight diverse budget and policy…

The Stream, January 17: Lead in Flint, Michigan, at Lowest Levels Since Before Water Crisis Began

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The Global Rundown Lead levels in water samples from Flint,…

Water and Climate Hazards Again Highlight World Economic Forum Risks Report

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Drought, water scarcity, climate change, extreme weather -- these and other environmental factors are among the biggest risks to society and industry, says WEF.

The Stream, January 16: Clean Drinking Water a Top Priority, Says New California Governor

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The Global Rundown Newly-elected California governor Gavin Newsom…

The Stream, January 15: Desalination Plants Cause Environmental Harm, UN-Backed Study Finds

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The Global Rundown Desalination plants are damaging to the environment,…

What's Up With Water - January 14, 2019

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Weekly water news roundup for January 14, 2019.

Federal Water Tap, January 14: Shutdown, Plus Wheeler Nominated as EPA Leader

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The Rundown The longest government shutdown in the nation’s…

HotSpots H2O: Water Crisis Continues to Debilitate Gaza Strip

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Polluted water in the Gaza Strip continues to sicken people — and there are few signs of improvement.

The Stream, January 11: Australia Cotton Industry Denies Responsibility for River Depletion, Fish Kills

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The Global Rundown Australia’s cotton industry denies claims…

Groundwater Plummets in Delhi, City of 29 Million

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Experts warn that Delhi could reach “zero groundwater levels” by 2020.

The Stream, January 10: Texas Starts 2019 With Highest Water Supply in Decades

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The Global Rundown Texas begins 2019 with its highest water…

The Stream, January 9: Flood Payouts to Manitoba First Nations Hindered by Incomplete Claims

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The Global Rundown Flood payouts to First Nations members in…