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Photo Slideshow: China Completes Second Line of South-North Water Transfer Project

Massive manmade river begins moving water from central China to Beijing.
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The Stream, September 27: Hydraulic Fracturing-related Health Concerns Linger

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Governor Andrew Cuomo said New York state is still deciding whether…

Along the Eastern Line of China's South-North Water Transfer Project

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Circle of Blue reporter Nadya Ivanova recounts her recent trip to China and updates our coverage of the nation's massive water transfer project.
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The Stream, July 11: Tensions High in Israel and Lebanon Over Water

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Tensions have heightened between Israeli and Lebanese troops…
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The Stream, June 6: Pakistan's Kashmir Hydropower Project

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Asia Pakistan's plans to divert 86 percent of the Neelum River's…
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The Stream, April 25: Beijing Will Face a Water Shortage

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Water Supply in Asia Beijing's water resources are expected…
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The Stream, April 17: Iran's $1.5 Billion Water Transfer Project

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Iran has launched a $US 1.5 billion project to divert water from…
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The Stream, March 2: Where Did The Brahmaputra River's Water Go?

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As water levels dropped three meters (10 feet) in India's Brahmaputra…
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The Stream, November 9: Fracking Without Water

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A new method of hydraulic fracturing utilizes reusable liquid…
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The Stream, October 11: Keystone XL Continued

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Is there a conflict of interest in the U.S. State Department's…
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Dried Up: Texas Industry and Residents Square Off Over Water as Drought Continues

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With nearly 65 percent of Texas experiencing exceptional drought, water is becoming increasingly precious—and scarce—in a state that has to divide the resource between the growing appetites of farmers, city residents, and energy corporations.
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The Stream, June 17: California Drought Report

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A new Pacific Institute report on California's 2007-2009 drought…