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- ‘The Need Is Significant’: Fast-Growing Michigan County Confronts Groundwater ChallengesOttawa County, Michigan, attempts to balance population growth and groundwater sustainability. The post ‘The Need Is Significant’: Fast-Growing Michigan County Confronts Groundwater Challenges appeared first on Circle of Blue.
- The Stream, February 21, 2020: China Releases Water from Upper Mekong Dams to Aid Drought-Stricken Downstream NationsThe Global Rundown China releases water from its Mekong River dams to increase flows to parched downstream neighbors. Scientists warn that more frequent wildfires in the western U.S. could fuel water shortages, creating a vicious cycle. California’s Sierra Nevada snowpack hovers around half of normal. A federal judge approves a $69.5 million settlement between the […]
- The Stream, February 20, 2020: Washington State Bans New Permits for Water Bottling CompaniesThe Global Rundown The Washington state senate passes legislation banning new permits for water bottling in the state. Homes and business remain without power in Jackson, Mississippi, and other areas hit by recent flooding in the southern U.S. More rain from Storm Dennis is expected to hit the United Kingdom, where several communities are already […]
- The Stream, February 19, 2020: Sydney, Australia, Plans to Ease Water Restrictions Following Heavy RainfallThe Global Rundown Sydney, Australia, plans to ease water restrictions next month after torrential rainfall boosted the city’s reservoir levels. Drought leaves a quarter of Lesotho’s population hungry. Wisconsin lawmakers prepare to vote on a $10 million plan to improve water quality issues in the state. Residents of Brega Valley, Australia, are forced to rely […]
- The Stream, February 18, 2020: United Kingdom Faces 200+ Flood Warnings as Storm Dennis Brings Severe WeatherThe Global Rundown Hundreds of flood warnings are in place in England, Wales, and Scotland as Storm Dennis brings severe weather to the UK. California once again wobbles on the edge of drought. An Iowa company hoping to withdraw and send 2 billion gallons of water to the western United States pulls its permit request. […]
- What’s Up With Water – February 17, 2020This is Eileen Wray-McCann for Circle of Blue. And this is What’s Up with Water, your “need-to-know news” of the world’s water, made possible by support from people like you. In Australia, water levels in Sydney’s main drinking water reservoir surged to 78 percent of capacity after a week of torrential rainfall in the state […]
- Federal Water Tap, February 17: Planet’s Hottest January Ever Measured, NOAA FindsThe Rundown Water legislation introduced in Congress targets microplastic pollution, faulty septic systems, and buckled canals in California. The GAO recommends incorporating climate change planning into federally funded drinking water and sewer projects. The National Weather Service signals higher than normal flood risk this spring for the eastern Missouri River basin. Federal agencies are scheduled […]
- ‘The Need Is Significant’: Fast-Growing Michigan County Confronts Groundwater Challenges
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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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