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The Stream, April 15: Comprehensive Water Reform Emerging in Texas

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In Texas, no water means no business, reporter Kate Galbraith…

The Stream, March 5: Southwest U.S. Municipalities Feel Drought's Early Effects

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A handful of cities north of Denver, Colo., are asking residents…

The Stream, October 8: Australia Takes First Step Toward Cap-and-Trade System

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Australia enacted a carbon tax last week that is expected to…

The Stream, May 14: NASA Scientist Links Specific Weather Events to Climate Change

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Drinking water is safe to consume in the small Pennsylvania town…

The Stream, February 7: Extreme Weather

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Weather Extremes Thousands of Australians have been forced from…

The Stream, December 6: Canada to Pull Out of Kyoto Protocol

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Canada won't renew its commitments to the Kyoto Protocol after…

Report: Thirsty Power Plants Increase U.S. Water Stress

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Water-energy choke points in Texas serve as examples of a larger issue for the United States, as pointed out in a new report for the Energy and Water in a Warming World Initiative, spearheaded by the Union of Concerned Scientists.

The Stream, October 19: Drought Unleashes Red Tide in Texas Gulf

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The largest red tide algae bloom since 2000 is gripping the Texas…

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, September 26: New Approach To Global Food Production

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Drought-stricken Texas is desperately behind and short of funds…

James Workman: My Local Wants vs. Their Global Needs — UN Water Forum Hints at Tensions of Competing Agendas

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Heavy hitters in the water world met at the United Nations headquarters in New York City on September 16 for a public-awareness marketing campaign. But who is the target audience? And what message do they need to hear?

The Stream, September 9: U.S. Temperature Records

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Summer 2011 saw more warm temperature records tied or broken…