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Earth Pushes Back

Era of indifference greets droughts, floods, storms, tsunamis. Photo…

Report: 25% of World's Agriculture Growing in Regions of High Water Stress

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A new study from the World Resources Institute shows the connection between crops and water scarcity.
The winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

The Stream, December 14: Water Situation 'Critical' in Bulawayo

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Water Shortages A severe water shortage in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's…
The winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

The Stream, July 18: Lima, Algal Blooms, and Tibetan Glaciers

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New research based on 30 years of observation suggests that Harmful…
Iran Water Transfer

Putting Iran's Water Transfer Project in Perspective

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Circle of Blue reporter Codi Yeager's thoughts on water transfer projects around the world.
The winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

The Stream, April 10: India Water Week

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Asia On the eve of India Water Week, The Wall Street Journal…
The winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

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 winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

Satellite Perspectives: NASA's GRACE Program Sees Groundwater From Space

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A first-of-its-kind space mission shows dips in groundwater supplies…
The winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

The Stream, March 8: Damming the Mekong

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Dams on the tributaries of the Mekong River could have a bigger…
The winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

The Stream, February 16: Uruguay to Begin Onshore Oil and Gas Exploration

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Uruguay has signed a contract with U.S. company Schuepbach Energy…
The winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

The Stream, January 27: Water Pollution Strikes Chinese River

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Levels of cadmium, a carcinogen, measured 20 percent higher than…
The winning design by Richard Vijgen in the World Water Day competition by HeadsUP and Visualizing.org will be on display in New York City's Times Square for one month. Titled “Seasonal and Longterm Changes in Groundwater Levels,” Vijgen's design uses NASA's gravitational data.

The Stream, January 24: Boosting Food Production

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How can the world feed 9.5 billion people, the projected global…