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On Eve of Line 5 Shutdown Deadline, Enbridge Vows to Defy Michigan Order

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What happens if Enbridge refuses to abide by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s order?

Cheese in the Desert: Why Mega-Dairies are Piping Water onto Oregon’s Shrub-Steppe

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An environmental coalition is lobbying for a moratorium on mega-dairies, which have proliferated in a water-challenged area of northeastern Oregon

Some Rural California Residents Doubt They’ll Ever Get Clean Water

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Some rural California communities have waited nearly a decade for state regulators to repair their tainted drinking-water systems.

Toxic Cyanobacteria Choke Water Systems Around California’s Clear Lake

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Toxic blooms are a public health risk and increase water treatment costs.

Chemical Impact: Microplastic Pollution More Complex Than We Think, Says New Research

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Microplastic pollution has been building up in the Great Lakes for at least four decades

Harmful Algal Blooms in Clear Lake, California

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A monitoring program tracks toxic cyanobacteria and influences change

Federal Aid for Overdue Water Bills Is Slow to Arrive

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The Department of Health and Human Services still has not distributed $638 million that Congress appropriated at the end of December.

Flooding Tells ‘Two Different Stories’ In Michigan

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Climate disruption is revealing economic inequality