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War in Ukraine Lengthens List of Violent Acts over Water

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A new report details the rising number of clashes across the planet that are connected to water

At Peak of Its Wealth and Influence, Arizona’s Desert Civilization Confronts A Reckoning Over Water

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State’s powerful will to grow is challenged by extreme heat, deep drought, and serious water-related stress.

IPCC Climate Report: Six Key Findings for Water

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Scientific body warns of ‘rapidly closing window’ for action

Risky Drinking Water Pathogen Has Outsized Effect on Black Americans

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A new analysis shows that rising Legionnaires’ disease cases disproportionately affect Black Americans and people living in the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and New England.

Line 5’s Impact on Climate Change Being Reviewed as Part of Tunnel Decision

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What keeping Line 5 operating means for climate change.

Billions Flow to Water Systems from Federal Pandemic Relief Funds

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Passed nearly a year ago, the American Rescue Plan Act is injecting needed funding into aging water and sewer infrastructure

Nebraska Agrochemical Contamination Throws Families, Communities, Water Providers into Turmoil

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The harrowing trail of toxic nutrients in farm country water

Is Agrochemical Contamination Killing Nebraska’s Children?

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The harrowing trail of toxic nutrients in farm country water

Who Should Pay to Fix California’s Sunken Canals?

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Agribusiness and its proponents say repairs will benefit disadvantaged towns. Those residents disagree.

The Next Source of Trouble for Great Lakes Fish Populations: Tires

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A tire chemical that was poisoning fish out West has been discovered in two Lake Ontario tributaries.