Federal Water Tap, December 19: States Slow to Distribute Disaster Aid Funds for Housing

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The Rundown A GAO report finds that states are slow to distribute…

The Stream, December 14, 2022: Scrutinizing Mexico’s Tourist Train, UN Raises Concerns about Cultural and Environmental Damage

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In Mexico, the rushed development of a tourist train across the Yucatan peninsula threatens biodiverse rainforests and Indigenous communities, drawing UN attention.

The Year in Water, 2022

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Sharpening the Shark's Teeth

Federal Water Tap, December 12: Lawmakers Finalize Water Resources Development Bill

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The Rundown Lawmakers reach a deal on the next Water Resources…

The Stream, December 7, 2022: England’s Water Industry Mostly Owned by Private Foreign Interests, Report Reveals

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The vast majority of England’s water industry is owned by foreign firms and businesses, a Guardian investigation reveals.

FRESH, December 6, 2022: Report Urges Michigan Officials to Adopt Water-Affordability Plan for Low-Income Residents

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Nonprofit groups urge Michigan officials to adopt a water-affordability strategy for low-income residents.

The Stream, November 30, 2022: Activists in France Clash with Armed Guards at Proposed Reservoir Sites

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Planned reservoirs in France’s farming regions are the site of protests and military protection.