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The Stream, May 25: Asian Cities Resist Climate Change

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ChiAsia and Climate Change Ten Asian cities throughout India,…

U.S. Congress to Get Asian Carp Solutions by 2013, Two Years Ahead of Schedule

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is taking steps to speed up…

The Stream, April 4: Water and Politics in South America

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Under a new law, mining and oil companies in Peru will be required…

The Stream, April 2: Fracking in Texas, Pennsylvania and Wyoming

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New findings that indicate elevated levels of methane in water…

Fossil Fuel Boom Shakes Ohio, Spurring Torrent of Investment and Worry Over Water

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Ohio’s shale oil and gas fortunes point up. By Keith…

The Stream, March 12: Japan's Tsunami Disaster - One Year On

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A year after the devastating tsunami in Japan, communities in…

The Stream, March 9: Great Lakes Lose Ice

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Ice coverage on the Great Lakes decreased 71 percent between…

Third Time's Not A Charm: U.S. Supreme Court Again Denies Request to Stop Asian Carp

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The Supreme Court denied a request by five states that were calling for immediate action to stop invasive Asian carp from infiltrating the Great Lakes. This is the third time that the court has denied an injunction for the Asian carp case.
Asian Carp Barrier Map

Study Outlines Plans to Stop Asian Carp at Chicago

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Three proposals for separating the Great Lakes from the Mississippi…

Advance of the Invader: Asian Carp Continue March to Northern Waters

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Live carp have been found in North Dakota and past the electric barriers in Chicago. As the carp push forward, Michigan and other Great Lakes states are once again asking the U.S. Supreme Court to speed up action to stop the advance of the invader.

The Stream, January 4: China's Largest Freshwater Lake Shrinks

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Poyang Lake, China's largest freshwater lake, currently has less…

The Stream, January 3: Quake Concerns Suspend Well Operations in Ohio

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Ohio has suspended operations at five deep wells used to dispose…