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Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, February 5: Water-Energy Nexus in China

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When a Greenpeace China rapid response team ventured to a chemical…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, November 30: Shifting Rainfall Patterns Linked to Migrations

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Seasonal migrations of poor, rural communities due to shifting…

Video: Scarcity, Pollution, and Energy are Choke Point: China II Focus

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Choke Point: China is an on-the-ground report that displays in…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, October 24: Poor Food Outlook After Nigeria Floods

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The worst flooding Nigeria has seen in 50 years has destroyed…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, August 16: When Wells Run Dry

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U.S. Drought Continues The drought has literally hit home in…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, June 22: South Australia To Spend $2 Million On Campaign For Murray Water

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South Australia has allocated $2 million to support its bid to…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, January 12: Water as Business Risk

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Next to power shortages, water scarcity will be the next big…

Update: China Completes Tunnel Under Yellow River for South-North Water Transfer Project

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China is on target to begin transferring water from the Yangtze River Basin to Hebei, Shandong, and Tianjin by 2013.
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, January 9: China Moves Forward With South-North Water Transfer Project

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China has completed the tunnel under the Yellow River for the…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, October 26: Global Water Demand Outpaces Population Growth

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Global water use is increasing at twice the rate of population…
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World's Water Volume 7

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Peter Gleick, an internationally recognized water expert, tells Circle of Blue what has changed — and what has not — since the 2009 release of Volume 6. The Pacific Institute's biannual report analyzes how water relates to climate change, corporate interests, and policy reform.
Q&A: Dr. Peter Gleick on The World’s Water Volume 7

The Stream, August 23: If the Yangtze River Runs Dry

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Can the Yangtze, Asia's longest river, run dry? According to…