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Great Lakes Region Pivots From Fossil Fuels

In shift from coal and oil, water use and quality hang in the balance.

South African Power Plants Roiled By Water Scarcity and Global Pivot Away From Carbon

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Bankruptcies, project shutdowns, regulation, and emission limits…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, March 16: Emissions On The Rise

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Climate Change Fossil fuels will supply 85 percent of the world's…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, December 14: Melting Arctic Releases Greenhouse Gas

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Thawing permafrost is releasing large plumes of methane gas into…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, December 9: Farming with Less Water

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The United States Environmental Protection Agency linked hydraulic…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, December 7: The Shale Gas Boom

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Global carbon emissions are likely to continue increasing at…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, December 2: Climate Change Negotiations

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The United States, along with Russia, Canada, Japan, China and…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, December 1: Australia's Coal-seam Gas Development

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Australia's fast-growing coal-seam gas industry is a "relatively…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, November 16: Air Pollution Worsens Droughts and Floods

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Wind-generated electricity will cost the same as electricity…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, November 2: Weather Extremes Will Worsen

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Costly weather extremes such as drought and floods are becoming…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, October 24: Climate Science

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An independent investigation by scientists at the University…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World's Water Volume 7

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Peter Gleick, an internationally recognized water expert, tells Circle of Blue what has changed — and what has not — since the 2009 release of Volume 6. The Pacific Institute's biannual report analyzes how water relates to climate change, corporate interests, and policy reform.