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Latest world news on water pollution


New York Times (blog)

Report Finds Widespread Water Pollution in China
New York Times (blog)
Nearly 60 percent of areas being monitored for water pollution last year by the government had “very poor” or “relatively poor” underground water quality, according to a report by the Chinese Ministry of Land and Resources. The ministry monitored 4,778 ...
Water pollution problem severe in China, report saysUPI.com
60pc of underground water polluted in ChinaThe News International
China's Water Glass More Than Half Polluted, Report SaysWall Street Journal (blog)
Hong Kong Standard -The Guardian -The Japan Times
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RT

​China's eco-crisis: 60% of underground water polluted
RT
At least 60 percent of China's underground water resources have “very poor” or “relatively poor” quality, which means these water can't be used for drinking directly, says a new report, showing a deep environmental crisis in the country. China's ...
Chairman of Lanzhou Veolia apologizes after water pollution in ChinaReuters
Chairman of Lanzhou Veolia apologises after water pollution in Chinaeco-business.com
Bulk of China's underground water pollutedEchonetdaily

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Jacksonville Daily News

Supreme Court hears crucial NC water pollution case
Jacksonville Daily News
WASHINGTON — Raw emotions bubbled just below the surface Wednesday as the Supreme Court considered a crucial North Carolina groundwater pollution case. For experts, the case called CTS Corp. v. Waldburger centers on the relationship between ...

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CRIENGLISH.com

China's Wuhan Hit by Drinking Water Pollution Scare
Radio Free Asia
The incident, the latest in a string of water pollution scares across China, has sent thousands of the Hubei provincial capital's 10.22 million residents rushing to supermarkets to stock up on bottled water, media reports and residents said. "I heard ...
Polluted water affects 300000 in Central Chinaecns
Thousands in Wuhan see taps shut for a day amid 'stinky water' contaminationSouth China Morning Post
Panic Buying of Water in C. ChinaCRIENGLISH.com
WantChinaTimes -Shanghai Daily (subscription)
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Philly.com

US Top Court Declines Exxon's Appeal In Water Pollution Case
Fox Business
The appeals court rejected Exxon's arguments that it was required to use the additive under the federal Clean Air Act. An oxygen-containing substance that is added to gasoline to promote more complete combustion and reduce air pollution, MTBE was one ...
Supreme Court Declines Exxon Mobil's Appeal In New York City Water Pollution ...Huffington Post
Top court declines Exxon's appeal in water pollution caseReuters

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CCTV

Chinese court dismisses water pollution lawsuit
Reuters
The lawsuit, filed on Monday afternoon, sought civil damages, a public apology and data from water quality testing in the past year from Lanzhou Veolia Water Co., a local unit of French firm Veolia Environment, according to the Modern Jinbao newspaper, ...
Water pollution plaguing ChinaThe Herald | HeraldOnline.com
China blames France's Veolia for supervision flaws in tap water pollution caseReuters UK
tap water crisis ends, but concerns remainXinhua

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News & Star

Cumbrian beaches fail water quality tests
News & Star
The results have been published by the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) today in its Good Beach Guide which says that a “record number” of beaches has received the top water quality award after the driest summer since 2003. However, the two west ...


Reed, Collins oppose planned rules targeting air, water pollution
Buffalo News
In the case of the new clean-water rules, the EPA and environmentalists argue that they are needed to limit pollution from farm runoff and other sources that can start in wetlands and streams and end up in lakes and rivers. The Clean Water Act ...


Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM): Stuck In Water Pollution Case
USTrade Voice
It was declared in FY2009 that Exxon Mobil polluted the water supply wells by adding additive, Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE), when it leaked from its underground storage tanks. Exxon Mobile had claimed that additive was required to enhance the ...

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CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Chairman of Lanzhou Veolia apologises after water ...
Reuters
Yao said the reason he had not apologised sooner "was that he and all his staff had been putting all their energy into identifying the cause of the contamination and building new water pipelines". Justine Shui, a Hong Kong-based spokeswoman for Veolia ...


Asit K Biswas & Peter Brabeck-Letmathe: The Third World's drinking problem
Business Standard
But the Third World Centre for Water Management estimates that at least three billion people worldwide still drink water of dubious quality. AquaFed, which represents private water companies, puts this figure at 3.4 billion - nearly half the world's ...

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UPI.com

Water pollution problem severe in China, report says
UPI.com
Monitoring 4,778 locations in 203 cities, the ministry said that underground water quality was “relatively poor” in 43.9 percent of locations, meaning the water required treatment before human consumption. 15.7 percent of locations rated “very poor ...
China says more than half of its groundwater is pollutedThe Guardian

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How to solve cities' great problem of water supply
BDlive
World Water Day also has an objective of raising awareness of the continuing inequity in access to safe drinking water, adequate sanitation, sufficient food and energy, especially for the "bottom billion", people who live in informal settlements and ...


What is more valuable, water or gold?
wtvr.com
The chairman of Nestle, the world's largest food company, says that water is, “a human right.” Of course, Nestle also sells 63 brands of water around the planet. Wall Street has taken notice of companies tackling the issue of supplying clean water and ...

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MIIS students take on Monterey County's never-ending water-supply problem.
Monterey County Weekly
She and three colleagues hope judges of the Wicked Water Challenge, a competition of the Monterey Institute of International Studies, think so too. “Wicked problems,” in social planning jargon, are intractable real-world issues that can't be solved by ...


Why is Water Such a Wicked Problem?
DrexelNow (blog)
The Philadelphia Global Water Initiative (PGWI) will hold its annual conference on campus that day, emphasizing solutions to water issues affecting urban areas in the developing world. Registration is still open at pgwi.org, at a cost of only $10 for ...


The Guardian

Welcome to Shuafat, East Jerusalem: where water comes only after dark
The Guardian
In the last two weeks, after a ruling by an Israeli court gave the local water company 60 days to find a solution to the problem, the hydraulic pressure was reinstated but the residents say at half the amount they previously received. Most days the ...


Here's A Water Bottle You Can Actually Eat
Smithsonian (blog)
His latest idea, the edible "Ooho" water bottle, is simpler on the surface but goes after one of the world's most troubling environmental threats: plastic pollution (a problem much more serious than lost luggage). In an ideal world, Ooho would replace ...


World Press Review

Fracking and Water Scarcity
World Press Review
The U.N. report projects that global water demand will increase by 55 percent by mid-century, and that more than 40 percent of the world's population will be living in areas of extreme water stress. Water scarcity is most critical in developing parts ...
How to avoid water wars between 'fracking' industry and residentsScience Codex

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News@Northeastern

How to fix the Internet's plumbing problem
News@Northeastern
Tim Berners Lee sent a memo to his colleagues at the world's largest particle physics laboratory proposing a way for all of its computers—and eventually all the computers in the world—to talk to each other. This memo marks the birth of the World Wide ...


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