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- Paradise Officials Unveil $53 Million Plan to Rid Damaged Water Pipes of ContaminantsIt could be February 2021 until the California town’s water system is completely cleared of chemicals introduced during the disastrous Camp Fire. By Brett Walton, Circle of Blue Two years and $53 million. That’s the estimated timeline and cost for a multiphase plan to overcome the primary impediment in rebuilding the fire-damaged town of Paradise: […]
- The Stream, April 19: Paradise, California, Water System Could Cost $300m to ReplaceThe Global Rundown The water system of Paradise, California, which was tainted after a wildfire swept through the town, could cost $300 million to replace. The United Nations helps Malawian refugees displaced by Cyclone Idai return home. Flood-hit Iran receives a massive aid donation from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Quebec, Canada, braces […]
- Mining Giant Behind Deadly Dam Collapse Took Lax Approach to Corporate ResponsibilityVale SA, the mining entity responsible for the deadly dam collapse in Brazil, took a lax approach towards corporate responsibility. The post Mining Giant Behind Deadly Dam Collapse Took Lax Approach to Corporate Responsibility appeared first on Circle of Blue.
- The Stream, April 18: Colorado Drought Plan Hit by Lawsuit Just As Trump Signs OffThe Global Rundown California’s Imperial Irrigation District sues over its exclusion from the Colorado River drought contingency plan just as President Donald Trump signs off on it. Farmers suicides are on the rise in India’s drought-stricken Maharashtra state. States provide mixed feedback during a public comment period on revisions to the Water of the United […]
- U.S. Irrigation Continues Steady Eastward ExpansionIrrigated farmland in the United States climbed to a record-high 58 million acres in 2017, according to new federal government data. The post U.S. Irrigation Continues Steady Eastward Expansion appeared first on Circle of Blue.
- The Stream, April 17: First Humanitarian Aid Shipment of Water, Medicine, Reaches VenezuelaThe Global Rundown The first batch of Red Cross humanitarian aid reaches crisis-stricken Venezuela. A key railway in the Australian Outback is set to reopen after sustaining flood damages earlier this year. Kenya’s meteorological department warns that water and food scarcity loom amid a failing rainy season. Severe rainstorms continue to lash Afghanistan. Residents slowly […]
- The Stream, April 16: Flooding Damages in Iran Top $2.5 BillionThe Global Rundown Recent flooding in Iran caused $2.5 billion in damages, according to state media. A stream in Belgium is called the ‘most polluted in Europe’ due to a startling concentration of pesticides. Several Alaskan rivers thaw in record time following warm winter and spring temperatures. Cases of West Nile Virus will likely fall […]
- Paradise Officials Unveil $53 Million Plan to Rid Damaged Water Pipes of Contaminants
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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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