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Democrats Call for Studies as Industry Assails Proposals to Regulate Hydraulic Fracturing

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By Abrahm Lustgarten ProPublica A version of this story was…

Peter Gleick: Bottled Water Labels With No Useful Information

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label Today, the U.S. Congress held a hearing on bottled water in the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee.

Swelling Glacial Lakes and Everest

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After two decades, scientists in Nepal are on the ground for in-the-field Himalaya studies.

U.S. College Pioneers Unique Fresh Water Studies Degree

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greatlakes On the shores of the Great Lakes, a U.S. college takes fresh water to the classroom.

Google Brings Water Data to Life

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New Collaboration Tool Allows for Seamless Integration of Water Data from Around the World

Art for Water, 'Water for Life'

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cerrargaleria With color and imagination, Japanese art arrives in Spain to tickle Europe’s water fancy.

FRAC Act—Congress Introduces Twin Bills to Control Drilling and Protect Drinking Water

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By Abrahm Lustgarten ProPublica In a widely expected move…

Energy Industry Sways Congress With Misleading Data

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By Abrahm Lustgarten ProPublica The two key arguments that…

Peter Gleick: The Number of New Dams Built in California is Not Zero

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Californians love (or hate) to fight about water in part because there are no easy solutions left.

More Water for Fish, NOAA Declares

In an 800-page report, federal officials issued a dire prediction for California’s salmon -- they’re just about out of water. The only solution: cut water usage in the Central Valley.

Fire Hot, Sky Blue, Australia's Dire Drought Tests Journalists

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A Struggle to Tell a Story Everyone Seems to Know

Peter Gleick: We Need a "Local Water" Movement

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tapwater More and more restaurateurs are shifting to encourage healthy foods and sustainable agriculture grown nearby - a campaign many call "local food." It is time to launch what I'll call a "local water"