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US Company Targets Bhutan’s Mineral Water

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An American firm is negotiating for the exclusive rights to sell Bhutanese mineral water outside of South Asia.

Heart of Dryness: Water, Climate, and Energy

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The second installment Climate Change Coping Strategies of excerpts from James G. Workman's Heart of Dryness

Oklahoma, Arkansas Poultry Industry Continue Court Battle Over Water Pollution

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Poultry Industry Continues Court Battle Over Water PollutionOklahoma’s lawsuit against 11 poultry companies, including Tyson Food Inc., continues to take interesting twist and turns in court as more witnesses testify. Poultry companies have claimed that Oklahoma state officials took too long to file suit about alleged water pollution from bird waste, The Associated Press (AP) reported last week.

Taking Back the Tap, One City at A Time

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Grand Rapids, Michigan : Take Back the Tap CampaignGrand Rapids, Michigan is the latest U.S. city to promote the use of tap water over bottled water, joining New York, San Francisco and Portland.

Drought and Deluge: Food Supplies in an Era of Climate Change

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Agriculture in South and Southeast Asia affected by increasing temperatures and erratic water.

Alabama, Florida and Georgia: A Tri-State Tug-of-War for Lake Lanier

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Congress solidifies a federal judge's ruling to settle a 20-year-old dispute.

Solar Power Plants Drain Desert Waters

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The push for renewable energy through low-carbon alternatives could further compromise water resources

French Workers Hold the Seine River Hostage

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paris_290 The river Seine in Paris is a hostage of environmental blackmail.

Drought-resistant Rice Reaps Success in India

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A new variety of rice might prepare India's agriculture for a drier future.

Sugar Futures Up, as Drought in India Threatens Supplies

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The price rose to a three-year high of 19.4 cents per-pound.

Lowest Rainfalls in Over Two Decades Leave India's Largest State Unplanted

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Monsoon rainfall is the lowest in over 20 years.

Drought Losses in the Billions for Texas Agriculture

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longhorn Drought in Texas has scorched crops and rangelands, resulting in damages that could exceed $4.1 billion by the end of 2009