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The Stream, January 25: Milk, Arsenic and Mexico's Water

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Arsenic Arsenic is tainting freshwater supplies in Mexico's…

The Stream, January 3: Quake Concerns Suspend Well Operations in Ohio

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Ohio has suspended operations at five deep wells used to dispose…

The Stream, August 8: Water Trading Around The World

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Are markets in water rights likely to evolve as a rising population…

Israeli Data Company Makes a Splash in the Water Industry

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TaKaDu uses algorithms to save water, energy, and money for utility companies around the globe.

The Stream, May 24: Water Business

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IPS interviews Chilean environmentalist Sara Larraín about Patagonia's…

The Stream, May 11: Damming Patagonia

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In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan has announced…

The Stream, May 10: Land Grabs

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Concerns over land grabs and food security are prompting Brazil,…

The Stream, February 14: Rivers in the Sky

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has joined…

Q&A: David Getches on Water Rights for
Indigenous Cultures

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"How modern society is affecting our water culture and the rights of indigenous communities."

The Price of Hydropower Pursuits in Patagonia

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In Chile’s Trackless Mountain Wilderness, A Clash Between Pristine Rivers and Hydropower Prospects

Chile Considers Constitutional Reform of Freshwater Rights

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New legislation could extend government control over private freshwater resources.

Argentine Glacier Outgrows Climate Change

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Under the strong Patagonian sun, a glacier is glowing with health despite the effects of global warming.