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Infographic: Brazil's Water Resources Far Away From Major Cities

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Sao Paulo, the largest city in Brazil and the ninth largest in…
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Texas Legislature Discusses Drought, Water Planning, Reservoirs

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Consecutive hot, dry years have Texas lawmakers pondering billions…
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The Stream, January 30: After Cyclone, Water Supplies Tight in Brisbane

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Storms spawned by Tropical Cyclone Oswald created "record turbidity…
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EU Climate Forecast Points to a Drier Future

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The pain, again, is in Spain — and in much of southern Europe. European…
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The Stream, September 28: Brazil's Agricultural Future Buoyed by Water

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Days of heavy rainfall have swollen rivers in the United Kingdom,…
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Reports on Oil Shale Development, Water Infrastructure Financing

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Better investing through better information. Ceres, a coalition…

Exxon and Imperial Oil Forced To Go Around Sensitive Idaho River Valley

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Push-back on the transportation of tar sands equipment through a wilderness corridor reflects civic resistance to North American fossil fuel boom.
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The Stream, April 6: Radioactive Water Leaks Again At Fukushima

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Asia Twelve tons of radioactive water leaked from a pipeline…
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Peter Gleick: Mining California Groundwater - The Cadiz Project

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A private company, Cadiz Inc. (Cadiz), has revived plans to mine groundwater underlying land in the delicate Eastern Mojave Desert. This project revives fundamental questions about how we manage our precious water resources, and in particular, whether in the 21st century it is appropriate, or even necessary, to use renewable water resources in a nonrenewable and unsustainable way, for short-term profit.

Water News: What's Ahead in 2012

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News headlines are often dominated by the big, unexpected events…
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Peter Gleick: Energy, Water, and Climate Change in the Western U.S.

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A new analysis from the Pacific Institute evaluates the water…
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U.S. House Passes Bill to Accelerate Decision on Tar Sands Keystone XL Pipeline

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If the Republican-sponsored bill passes the Democrat-controlled Senate, the final decision could come by the beginning of November.