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The Stream, September 19: A $700 Million Water Pipeline to Cyprus

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Turkey is building a $US 700 million pipeline to transfer water…

The Stream, March 27: Uncertain Future for Shale Gas in Poland

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Shale gas drilling is off to a disappointing start for investors…

The Stream, March 8: Damming the Mekong

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Dams on the tributaries of the Mekong River could have a bigger…

The Stream, March 5: Severe Drought Grips Portugal

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Water Shortages A severe drought in Portugal is ravaging pastures…

The Stream, February 28: The Future of Water in Central Asia

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Water Law The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by five…

The Stream, November 30: Climate Change, Energy, and the Hottest Years on Record

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The United Kingdom has been secretly lending its support to Canada's…

The Stream, September 29: The Texas Water Crisis

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In serious drought conditions, Texas does not and will not have…

The Stream, June 23: Biofuels For Europe's Aviation

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European airlines, biofuel producers and the European Commission…

Uncertain Future for Shale Gas in Europe — Accepted by U.K., Rejected by France, Others Undecided

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Despite getting a go-ahead in the U.K., shale gas faces an uncertain future in Europe.

The Stream, May 17: Energy for Europe

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A five-month drought has gripped China's Hubei Province at the…

Poland Endures Second Round of Flooding of the Vistula River

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Only two of Poland's 16 regions remain untouched by floodwaters.

Climate Change Burden-Sharing Must Not Compromise Developing World's Growth, India's PM

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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Barack Obama earlier this year.Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that developing countries will not compromise their financial growth for climate change, and that, instead, rich countries need to ensure access to clean technologies.