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A Water-Sensitive Approach for Cities to Tackle the Global Sanitation Crisis

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Opinion Piece Benedito Braga, President, World Water Council Today,…

CDC Releases Latest U.S. Legionnaires’ Disease Data

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Legionnaires’ disease, a pneumonia-like illness, is the deadliest waterborne disease in the United States, killing about one in eleven people it sickens.

PFAS: What You Need To Know

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Chemical contaminants called PFAS, toxic to humans at minuscule doses, are the tip of the spear for threats to groundwater in Michigan and nationally.

2018 Election: Voters Reject Stricter Rules for Oil, Gas, and Mining

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Water protections and spending were at stake in state and local ballot initiatives.

After Hurricanes, Pollution Hazards for Private Water Wells in the Southeast

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Floodwaters from Florence and Michael introduce bacteria and contaminants into wells.

Tough Water Decisions in 2018 Election Initiatives

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Voters will decide on infrastructure spending, oil and gas development, and salmon habitat protection.

U.N. Climate Report: Water Extremes, Unevenly Distributed, Worsen With More Heat

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More floods and droughts in a warmer world. But certain regions will be worse off than others.

Deadly Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreaks Persist in the U.S.

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The most acute U.S. water contamination health risk defies control.

Infographic: Household Wells in the United States

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Thirteen percent of Americans, some 42 million people, use a household well for their water supply.

In Senate PFAS Hearing, Government Officials Say Regulatory Response Will Take Years

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Officials from multiple federal agencies testified at a U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing.

Fastest-Growing Michigan County Reckons With Groundwater Pollution and Depletion

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Ottawa County leaders recognize the need to act on groundwater.