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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.

Don’t Believe the Hyperbole: Kansas' Reputation as a Backward-thinking State is (Partially) Wrong

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When it comes to water management, Circle of Blue reporter Brett Walton thinks Kansas is a beacon on the plains.

The Stream, June 26: U.S. Supreme Court Awards Georgia in Tri-State Water Dispute

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Tough verdict on Rio+20 from author George Monbiot: governments…

The Stream, June 18: What's the Potential of Green Accounting?

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Can putting a monetary value on natural resources reign in unfettered…

The Stream, January 12: Water as Business Risk

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Next to power shortages, water scarcity will be the next big…

The Stream, October 31: Seven Billion and Counting

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Climate change has had devastating affects on glaciers in the…

The Stream, July 20: The Climate-Food Connection

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture urges more study of the climate-food…

David Kuria: Sanitation and Toilet Entrepreneur

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In the sub-Saharan region, 80% of recorded illnesses are water-born diseases, and more than two-thirds of these people don’t have access to basic sanitation. While access to safe drinking water is gaining importance in the political arena, it’s still hard to talk about restrooms and toilets, but today I’m speaking with a man who really does know toilets.

Race to Create Space: Plastic Bottle Offers Lightweight Response to Consumer Concerns

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Plastic remains the material of choice for bottled water, but…

Water Designer Turns Box Thinking Inside Out

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While the recent UNESCO Water Report encourages stakeholders…

Cities Abolish Bottled Water in Canada

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City conference tables in Canada, once neatly circumferenced…

The Power of Plastic: Research Reveals Hidden Costs of Bottled Water

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As the second most highly purchased beverage in the nation, bottled…