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Court decision makes it easier for EPA to leave nutrient pollution…
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The U.S. farm sector, more productive and richer than ever, is a major water polluter.
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As the impact of agriculture on water quality intensifies around the globe, two lawsuits in the United States aim to reduce the size of the Gulf of Mexico's ‘dead zone’ by setting limits on nutrient pollution in the Mississippi River Basin.