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The Stream, February 19: Climate Change Edition

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UNEP Highlights Energy, Climate Change, and Arctic Ice Melt Reuters…

The Stream, February 8: In Texas, Recycling Wastewater for Drinking

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Water Supply Wichita Falls, Texas is moving forward with plans…

The Stream, February 1: New Water Technology Could Give Crops a Boost

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Technology Researchers at Michigan State University are developing…

The Stream, January 22: Water Cooperation Far Outweighs Conflict

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The latest issue of the UNESCO journal, A World of Science, is focused on the human face of water politics. Researchers have found that conflict is no more likely in arid nations than in humid nations, and that water conflicts, when they do arise, are not more or less frequent in a nation based on their wealth or political structure. The report is released in anticipation of the beginning of the 2013 UN International Year of Water Cooperation.

Colombia vs. Nicaragua: Dispute Over Borders and Resources in the Caribbean

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Photo © NASAQuitasueño Bank, San Adrés Archipelago, Caribbean…

The Stream, December 12: Improving Agricultural Infrastructure

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Upgrades to the world's agricultural export infrastructure, such…

The Stream, December 11: World Resources at 'Critical Juncture'

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The United States National Intelligence Council has just issued…

The Stream, December 10: U.S. Intelligence Analysts: Water, Food, Energy Shortages Will Transform World by 2030

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Shortages in water, food, and energy comprise one of four "megatrends"…

First Time Key Global Energy Report Highlights Water Constraints of Energy Production

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Energy is becoming a thirstier resource, the report states. Photo…

The Stream, November 7: Storm Poised to Bring More Flooding to U.S. East Coast

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President Obama Wins Re-election The U.S. energy industry is…

Agriculture in Transition in the West Texas Plains

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As in much of the Great Plains, farmers here are adapting to…

China and Netherlands to Research Novel Form of Large-scale Tidal Power

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The long-term goal: a project with a power capacity greater than the world's second-largest hydropower dam.