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The Stream, February 23, 2021: More Than 1,000 Evacuate Indonesia’s Capital After Monsoon Floods

YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN Monsoon floods force mass evacuations in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta. Despite heavy snowfall in Utah, water scarcity could continue this summer. A recent study finds a significant portion of Mumbai’s coastline is at high risk of flooding. The United States will resume some aid to Ethiopia that was cut off last fall. Experts […]


The Stream, February 16, 2021: Mothers Voice Concerns Around Passing PFAS Chemicals On To Children

YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN New mothers in the United States fear passing on PFAS contamination to newborns through breastfeeding. Records show 2020 was Utah’s driest summer. A task force in Michigan prepares to send its final recommendations on dam maintenance to the state’s governor. Water activists in Maine voice concern over the potential sale of a […]


The Stream, November 24, 2020: Water Management Should Be Led By First Nations, Australia Says

GLOBAL DAILY WATER NEWS Australian politicians call for the appointment of an Indigenous representative to the nation’s water authority. Back-to-back hurricanes across Central America are displacing millions and could contribute to the spread of Covid-19. An appeal to stop Nestle from pumping millions of gallons of water from a Michigan well is denied. Sudan boycotts […]


The Stream, November 20, 2020: Flint Water Settlement Larger Than Originally Thought

GLOBAL DAILY WATER NEWS Flint, Michigan residents could receive up $641 million settlement in relation to the Flint water crisis. South African scientists try to find new ways to monitor potential Covid-19 outbreaks in non-sewer wastewater. Residents in Jackson, Mississippi sue the city for high water bills. The Chaffee County board of commissioners in Colorado […]


The Stream, May 1, 2020: Queensland Buries Scientific Data Suggesting a Ban on Fracking in Fragile Basin

The Global Rundown Officials in Queensland, Australia, bury scientific information suggesting a ban on fracking in the fragile Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre basin. Florida’s Tampa Bay area faces property devaluation due to rising sea levels. Urban experts estimate that the coronavirus pandemic will result in 100 million “new poor” living in the world’s cities. Judge rules […]


Federal Water Tap, March 9: EPA Science Advisers Criticize Waters of the United States Definition

The Rundown Outside advisers rebuke the EPA for a rule that is “inconsistent” with the Clean Water Act. Representatives introduce bills on regulating oil and gas water use on federally managed lands, a plumbing research laboratory, invasive aquatic species, Lake Ontario flooding, and a water technology research program. U.S. oil production grows 11 percent last […]