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Summer drought may shrink supplies of French spuds
It's harvest time and the chips are down for potato producers in northern France where a long summer drought could see French spuds shrink in size and volume. The potatoes "first lacked water and then when rain fell in July started growing anew" whi

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is testing residential drinking water wells for PFAS contamination near a former plating factory in Cascade Township that was owned by auto supplier Lacks Enterprises . Homes southeast of the former p
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SOURCE: Pentair DESCRIPTION:by Marybeth Thorsgaard Imagine living in an area the size of New York’s Central Park with one million other people without access to clean, safe drinking water. This is the reality for residents of Kibera, an impoverished

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Inside Climate

InsideClimate News In a win for local environmentalists, Kinder Morgan has abandoned a plan to reverse and repurpose an old pipeline to carry natural gas liquids across six states. Pipeline safety advocates consider natural gas liquids more dangerou

Vulnerable Resources Near a Ticking Time Bomb The Hayward Fault is capable of producing a 7.0 earthquake over an area with hundreds of hospitals, schools, police and fire stations. A recent study found such an event would cause an estimated 800 deat

The Edible Gardening Series: Save The Seeds
Welcome to the third installment of our early fall series on water-wise edible gardening. So far, we’ve talked about The Basics of Water-Wise Edible Gardening and introduced you to harvesting edibles from the landscape in our blog Putting The Desert

Clover Industries said on Friday it has entered into talks with an unnamed party that intends to acquire the entire issued share capital of the dairy company, sending its shares up nearly 12%. Clover, which processes products including yoghurt, beve

Urge Governor Murphy to Make the Pinelands a Priority
The Pinelands is a unique area of forests, fields, and wetlands that provides clean water for millions of people, but new development and gas pipeline projects are putting our drinking water at risk.Submitted by Cher C to Environment  |  &
Utility Week

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has launched the next stage of a £320 million programme to encourage the mass rollout of heat networks. The post Government kicks-off next stage of £320m Heat Network Investment Project   a

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