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Latest world news on water pollution


Long Island Sound water pollution study
The multiyear study will address a data gap by testing water quality in more than two dozen bays and harbors from Connecticut to Long Island. One of the goals is quantifying the amount of pollution in the water coming from wastewater treatment plants ...

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Natural Resources Defense Council

UPDATED: Trump Budget Would Still Increase Water Pollution
Natural Resources Defense Council
It's still a fair summary of how the Trump budget would gut the ability of both the Environmental Protection Agency and state pollution control officials to carry out routine functions designed to secure clean water. As if the dangerous path described ...
Trump budget would slash money for clean air, water programsABC News
Trump budget slashes money of clean air and water programsPeoria Journal Star
Hands Off Our Air, Water, and Public LandsCenter For American Progress
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Martin County OKs 5000-gallon septic; St. Lucie River water pollution at issue
STUART — The size of septic systems allowed in Martin County has been bouncing up and down for several years, and Tuesday it bounced up a bit. By a 3-2 vote, the county's commissioners approved increasing the size of non-residential and agricultural ...


These gross, weirdly beautiful “pollution popsicles” are made from 100% pure sewage
As the summer approaches, a group of art students in Taiwan have concocted an unusual treat for the heat. Hung I-chen, Guo Yi-hui, and Cheng Yu-ti, three students at the National Taiwan University of Arts, collected sewage water from all over Taiwan ...

Bill would strip EPA authority over ballast water pollution
The shipping industry has advocated the transfer for several years, arguing for uniform nationwide discharge pollution rules that would end overlapping state and federal regulations on ballast water, which ships carry in their hulls to provide ...

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Jerusalem Post Israel News

Cross-border water pollution threatens Israeli security, watchdog says
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Describing water pollution as nothing less than Israel's most serious cross-border environmental hazard, State Comptroller Joseph Shapira called upon the government authorities to join forces to reduce the contamination of resources shared by Israel ...

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Deutsche Welle

NGO blames water pollution in S.Sudan on oil company
Deutsche Welle
Klaus Stieglitz came across the problem of drinking water by chance. "In 2007, one of our project partners informed us that the water tasted bad," he said. Stieglitz and his colleagues at the aid organization "Sign of Hope" went ahead to investigate ...

Water pollution leading to feminization of male fish
The feminization of male fish, as a direct result of water pollution, is a continuing problem. According to researcher Natasha Gilbert, up to 86 per cent of male fish in some areas become femalelike as a result of exposure to widely-used contraceptives ...

The Ledger

Water pollution is a national issue
The Ledger
The city of Flint, Michigan has drawn national attention due to lead poisoning in its water. But while the situation in Flint is tragic, it is not unique. For example, in the Navajo Nation, the U.S. government built a uranium mine during the Cold War ... Press

Safety of Washington County drinking water in doubt as state targets 3M pollutants Press
Oakdale's carbon filtration system at its water treatment plant, photographed in 2008, uses 20-foot-tall filters, partly filled with carbon to treat city water. These pipes carry water to and from the filters. 3M paid for the system. (Scott Takushi ...

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American Spectator

Israel Is the Key to Solving the World's Water Crisis
American Spectator
Yet while most of the world suffers from the lack of clean water, there is one small country that overcame its water shortage and emerged as a net exporter of water. In many ways, the State of Israel is a microcosm of the rest of the world when it ...

Kansas City Star

KC nonprofit taps into an innovative idea to solve global water crisis
Kansas City Star
Kansas City native Gary White has been chasing clean water and rudimentary toilets for more than 30 years. You see, much of the world's poorest populations live without them even now. Changing that has been his lifelong goal, one he pursues as ...

World Socialist Web Site

Flint residents speak out on water crisis
World Socialist Web Site
The World Socialist Web Site spoke to residents after the City Council meeting on May 17. Charles McFadden, a retired GM worker, spoke about the spread of disease due to the poisoned water. “H. pylori, that's some kind of bacteria that I never heard of.

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This Simple Water Bottle Innovation Just Might Save Your Life Someday
An innovator in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) will take a problem and tackle it head on — using innovative thinking to create new solutions. That's what Yash Balaji did with clean water ... “It's not as much of a concern in the ...

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Bangladesh's water crisis: A story of gender
Now, 10 years later, the cheerful young woman finds that the shortage plagues her daily life. Her village, Kochukhali, lies near the Sundarbans, one of the largest mangrove forests in the world, at the edge of the Ganges delta, where water intrudes on ...

Fast Company

Swell Lets You Invest A Little Cash In Solving Big Problems
Fast Company
A company in the clean water portfolio, called Xylem, develops technologies like a foot-powered water pump for farmers in developing countries. A portfolio of disease-eradication companies includes the cystic fibrosis drug company Vertex ...

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Shared accountability needed to solve SA's water issues
Officially classed as a semi-arid country, South Africa is the 30th driest country in the world. This means that even during a good year, the country's water resources are stretched. We cannot deny that available water resources countrywide are at an ...

artnet News

There Is a Secret Villain Threatening the World's Masterpieces. It's Soap. A mysterious chemical reaction is to blame.
artnet News
“We began to investigate the process and see if we could come up with some explanation so art conservators might have some idea how to correct the problem,” says University of Delaware professor Cecil Dybowski, who has been researching these pesky ...

Beer Can Be a Win-Win for Jobs and Water in Sub-Saharan Africa
Fair Observer
Governments everywhere will almost certainly respond to water supply crises by capping water use or raising the price of water, which poses serious problems for the longevity and profitability of the beer industry. In fact, the World Economic Forum ...

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India's Silicon Valley Is Dying of Thirst. Your City May Be Next
Bangalore has a problem: It is running out of water, fast. Cities all over the world, from those in the American West to nearly every major Indian metropolis, have been struggling with drought and water deficits in recent years. But Bangalore is an ...

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