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- Poor water conditions drive invasive snakeheads onto land
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- Lead isotopes a new tool for tracking coal ash
- New flame retardants, old problems
- Catastrophic events carry forests of trees thousands of miles to a burial at sea
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- Water Inequality Used to be a Developing World Problem Only. Not Any More.The problems of water scarcity and polluted supplies are no longer solely the preserve of developing countries. The post Water Inequality Used to be a Developing World Problem Only. Not Any More. appeared first on Circle of Blue.
- The Stream, October 11, 2019: Ethiopia’s Capital Works to Boost Water Supply as Demand GrowsThe Global Rundown Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, spearheads new water infrastructure to help combat chronic water shortages. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announces new regulations on lead in drinking water. A super typhoon disrupts transportation and sporting events in Japan. New modeling predicts future interactions between humans and nature, and warns that those living in […]
- Faced with Climate Change and Growth, Ethiopia’s Capital Shores Up its Water SupplyAddis Ababa is building a new system to pump groundwater into reservoirs, to expand supplies in a growing, water-short city. From the Thomson Reuters Foundation. The post Faced with Climate Change and Growth, Ethiopia’s Capital Shores Up its Water Supply appeared first on Circle of Blue.
- The Stream, October 10, 2019: U.S. EPA Set to Tighten Standards on Lead in Drinking WaterThe Global Rundown The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to announce new standards for lead in drinking water. A hospital in Washington D.C. where the legionella bacteria was discovered will be without potable water for another week. Ethiopia moves forward with construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam despite tensions with Egypt. An environmental group […]
- The Stream, October 9, 2019: Use of Biosolid Sludge in U.S. Fields Linked to Water Contamination, Health RisksThe Global Rundown Questions arise over the use of human waste sludge on U.S. farmland due to evidence that the practice is polluting drinking water and sickening livestock and humans. Two communities in Michigan are under drinking water advisories after high levels of lead are found. Ethiopia accuses Egypt of maintaining a “colonial era” hold […]
- What’s Up With Water – October 7, 2019The October 7, 2019, episode of What's Up With Water. The post What’s Up With Water – October 7, 2019 appeared first on Circle of Blue.
- The Stream, October 8, 2019: Turkey Prepares to Flood Ancient Town In Construction of Ilisu DamThe Global Rundown The deadline arrives for residents to leave a 12,000-year-old town that will be flooded for the construction of Turkey’s Ilisu Dam. Egypt says that a deadlock has occurred in negotiations over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. Sweltering temperatures and minimal precipitation continues to affect the Southern United States. Farmers in Argentina’s grain […]
- Water Inequality Used to be a Developing World Problem Only. Not Any More.
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TheHealthRanger Published on Sep 21, 2017 Geoengineering expert and weather control analyst Dane Wigington unloads the true globalist agenda behind weather control technology in a fascinating one-hour interview with the Health Ranger of Natural News. The interview covers the existence … Continue reading
As usual, the Hussein Soetoro administration, Congress and the lamestream enemedia have made sure to keep the citizens of this nation focused on “fluff ‘n stuff” while more important issues are pushed to the back burner or ignored altogether. Yet, … Continue reading
The EPA has abandoned its job! So citizen scientists are taking over, testing the water for lead from 100+… EPAwatch.org
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