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Peter Gleick: Salt from Water, Money from Pockets?

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salt There is always a lot of interest in desalination. I hear it when I give public talks on global and local water issues; I see it in some responses to my blog posts that believe desalination should be much more aggressively pursued
Video: A World on the Verge of Water Bankruptcy

no reason: A World on the Verge of Water Bankruptcy

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Reaching the Epiphany Moment, Video Makes Water Crisis Clear Can…

Fueling the Flow: Paying Attention to Where Water and Energy Meet

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More now than ever, the American West is realizing the binary nature of energy production and water delivery.

Fuel Worth Its Saltwater: Could Saline Solve the Ethanol Controversy?

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Desalination remains an expensive solution to water scarcity,…

EPA Recognizes First Water Efficient House

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CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina -- As green builders proliferate…

Georgia's Citizenry Reacts to Nuclear Power Proposal

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Without sufficient nuclear power, dirty and expensive coal might be the only alternative.

Texans Protest "Thirsty" Nuclear Power Plants in Chicago

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Protesters from Texas made their way to Chicago to demonstrate against a new nuclear plant

Great Lakes Wind Turbines Could Someday Power the Midwest

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Hundreds of thousands of wind turbines could someday stretch…

Tax free toilets! Atlantans encouraged to upgrade their loos

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ATLANTA, Georgia -- Using tax incentives to persuade conservation,…

Scientists & Engineers ask candidates key water and science questions

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Circle of Blue and Scientists & Engineers for America (SEA) will…

Water answers from the blue party: Obama responds to science policy questions

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by C.T. Pope Circle of Blue UPDATE: Since the original…

Drought-stricken district in Inner Mongolia receives Swedish no-flush toilets

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DONGSHENG, Inner Mongolia - In a rapidly growing, water-starved…