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While water privatization projects around the globe continue to be controversial, Manila stands out for its innovations and its impasses, often touted as one of the world's most extensive urban water privatization projects to date.
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With hundreds of deaths, thousands of damaged hectares, and millions of refugees, this year's fall flooding has equated to a devastating wet season.
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The water legislation would consolidate too much power in the hands of the government, protesters say.
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For two weeks in Copenhagen last month climate negotiators debated carbon levels, emissions, and balancing the financial burden of saving the planet among developed and developing countries. Still, even as international leaders wrestled with the complex mix of geopolitics, science, economics, and diplomacy, another important ingredient in the climate crisis was barely mentioned: the effect of the warming planet on the Earth's freshwater.