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What's Up With Water – a condensation of the world's water February 12, 2018

“What’s Up With Water” condenses the need-to-know news on the world’s water into a snapshot for the start of the workweek.

Infographic: Nitrogen Pollution Is Killing Long Island Ecosystems

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Seagrass, shellfish, wetlands, and fish are dying in the Peconic…

Infographic: Plan to Change Lake Ontario Water Level Regulations Considered by Canada, U.S.

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Simulations using 20th-century climate data compare Lake Ontario…

Infographic: America's Septic Systems

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Nearly one-fifth of U.S. households are not connected to a public…

Q&A: Giulio Boccaletti on the Sustainable Development Goal for Restoring Water Ecosystems

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Giulio Boccaletti is the global managing director for water at…

Water Talk: Expert Q&As on the UN Sustainable Development Goals for Water

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For the first time, international leaders meeting in New York City this weekend will consider a dedicated goal for water.

Q&A: Mark Giordano on the Sustainable Development Goal for Integrated Water Resources Management

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Mark Giordano is the director of the Program in Science, Technology and International Affairs at Georgetown University. He researches natural resources management and has written extensively about water management in developing countries. He talks with Circle of Blue about the Sustainable Development subgoal to implement integrated water resources management.

Infographic: U.S. Surface Water Pollution by State

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More than half of the country's lakes and rivers are not meeting water quality standards.

Infographic: Lake Titicaca Contends With Water Pollution and Climate Change

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Receding glaciers, growing cities, and expanding agriculture threaten the highest navigable lake in the world.

Interactive Map: Indian Water Rights in the Colorado River Basin

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Native American tribes are emerging leaders in the drying basin.

Infographic: Lake Superior Pressured by Climate Change and Invasive Species

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Warming water temperatures and destructive, non-native species threaten the world's largest lake.

Infographic: Lake Turkana Threatened By Hydropower and Farm Development

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Water level's could fall significantly due to development along the Omo River, the lake's largest tributary.