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Attention Photographers: Capture the Beauty and Importance of Arizona Water

Attention Photographers: Capture the Beauty and Importance of Arizona

Water Use It Wisely

The Water Resources Research Center’s (WRRC) Annual Photo Contest is back and it’s your chance to showcase your work while helping

11/13/2019
Los Angeles Joins a Global Movement to Protect Human Right to Water

Los Angeles Joins a Global Movement to Protect Human Right to Water

IPS News

Credit: Council of CanadiansBy Vi BuiOTTAWA, Canada, Nov 15 2019 (IPS) On November 6, Los Angeles became the first major city in the United

11/15/2019

Corporate water management and stewardship: signs of evolution towards

Overseas Development Institute

Briefing note identifying signs of evolution towards sustainability in corporate water management and stewardship.

11/6/2019
SOM-designed cancer care facility breaks ground in Atlanta

SOM-designed cancer care facility breaks ground in Atlanta

Construction Specifier

A new Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM)-designed facility for Winship Cancer Institute breaks ground at Emory University Hospital Midtown, in

11/14/2019

Bureau of Reclamation awards $2 million to ten projects to develop

Bureau of Reclamation

WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Reclamation today announced awards totaling $2 million to ten projects to establish or expand water markets or water

11/12/2019
Barrier to Stop Plastic Waste From Reaching the Sea Launches in Amsterdam

Barrier to Stop Plastic Waste From Reaching the Sea Launches in

EcoWatch

The scourge of plastic waste that washes up on once-pristine beaches and finds its way into the middle of the ocean often starts on land, is

11/11/2019
How taps toilets and good hygiene can help sustain agricultural supply chains

How taps toilets and good hygiene can help sustain agricultural supply

Ethical Corporation

Water underpins the global economy and agriculture is by far the world’s largest water consumer, accounting for 70% of freshwater withdrawals.

11/13/2019

Tackling NSW’s rivers crisis

Green Left Weekly

environmentBev SmilesIssue 1244AustraliaNovember 8, 2019The 1991 Darling River crisis, which witnessed the world’s largest blue-green algal

11/7/2019
Urgent Need to Replace Competition with Cooperation in the Aral Sea Basin

Urgent Need to Replace Competition with Cooperation in the Aral Sea

IPS News

The Aral Sea Basin, defined in red, straddles six countries in Central Asia. See detailed map in full at Credit: UNU-INWEH By Stefanos Xenarios,

11/7/2019

Export Development Canada Names National Cleantech Successes

Water Canada

Export Development Canada (EDC) has recognized cleantech companies whose technologies and business strategies have succeeded in getting their

11/6/2019


Mussel species that invaded Southeast Asian waters now appears in India

Natural Resources

Mussel species that invaded Southeast Asian waters now appears in India

Brazil adds deforestation monitoring for all biomes so long as money lasts

Forests

Brazil adds deforestation monitoring for all biomes so long as money lasts

Rapid expansion of protected areas around the world failing to reduce human

Natural Resources

Rapid expansion of protected areas around the world failing to reduce human

Mongabay at 20: Two decades of news and inspiration from nature’s frontline

Forests

Mongabay at 20: Two decades of news and inspiration from nature’s frontline

Mexico plans huge increase in palm oil production in sensitive ecosystems

Alternative Fuels

Mexico plans huge increase in palm oil production in sensitive ecosystems

In other news: Environmental stories from around the web November 15 2019

Forests

In other news: Environmental stories from around the web November 15 2019