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U.S. Marks At Least 65 Years of National Water Crisis

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A short history lesson about water shortage, water wars, and…

The Stream, April 9: China's New Dams Raise Concern of Water Wars

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The Chinese government recently decided to construct five new…

The Stream, January 9: West Bank Floods as Wall Blocks Drainage

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Winter Storms An Israeli security barrier built mostly in occupied…

The Stream, March 26: Tighter Rules for Coal Seam Gas in Australia?

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South Australia has become the third Australian state to agree…

Peter Gleick: Water Fountain Victory -- the Cavs Cave

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OK, my crystal ball is often cloudy, but in my last post just two days ago, I predicted that the decision by the Cleveland Cavaliers to remove the drinking water fountains from the Quicken Loans Arena (the Q), ostensibly for health reasons, would ultimately be reversed.

Colorado Developer Provides Customer List for Proposed Water Pipeline

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Colorado's potential water demand from a proposed water pipeline originating in Wyoming is 50 percent more than the amount proposed for delivery, according to documents submitted yesterday to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Decades-Long Water War Amongst Southern States May Be Near an End

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A recent meeting by the governors of Georgia, Alabama and Florida may help break a long-running dispute over how much water the Atlanta region can use and the source for that water.

U.S. State Department Details Global Water Concerns

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Beyond definitions of public and private responsibility, water…

Water conservation is water conservation, except when it isn't

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In the ongoing water wars between Georgia, Florida, and Alabama,…

U.S. Army says water fuels war in Iraq

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WASHINGTON -- While experts warn of impending water wars, the…

"Water Wars or Water Woes? Water Management as Conflict Management," a presentation by Geoff Dabelko

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In the new video “Water Wars or Water Woes? Water Management…