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The Stream, January 30: After Cyclone, Water Supplies Tight in Brisbane

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Storms spawned by Tropical Cyclone Oswald created "record turbidity…

The Stream, January 7: Pollution Leads to Connecticut Lawsuits and China Alerts

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Jurors in New Hampshire are expected to hear a lawsuit accusing…

The Stream, July 12: Reforms in the UK Water Sector

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Flood protection will cost the United Kingdom at least $1.3 billion…

The Stream, June 20: Maryland's Million-year-old Water

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Maryland is sitting atop an aquifer containing water that is…

The Stream, May 8: Czech Republic May Impose Shale Gas Moratorium

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The Czech Republic plans to set a two-year moratorium on granting…

The Stream, May 1: Water Problems Could Hinder India's Economic Growth

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India's flawed water management could hinder its economic growth…

The Stream, April 27: Water Cycle Intensifying Faster Than Predicted

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Climate change is causing the global water cycle to accelerate…
Iran Water Transfer

Putting Iran's Water Transfer Project in Perspective

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Circle of Blue reporter Codi Yeager's thoughts on water transfer projects around the world.

The Stream, April 17: Iran's $1.5 Billion Water Transfer Project

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Iran has launched a $US 1.5 billion project to divert water from…

The Stream, April 11: Textiles Linked to Polluted Water Discharge in China

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Forty-six Chinese and multinational clothing companies are buying…

The Stream, April 9: Chilean Court Green-lights Patagonia Dam Project

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Patagonia Chile's supreme court has rejected seven appeals filed…

Not So Wet: England Grapples With Worst Drought in 30 Years

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Dry times in southeastern England are seasoned with the favorite flavors of leaders in the arid American West: drought declarations, water restrictions, a desalination plant, and talk of piping "surplus" water to the south.