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ABC News

Carp 'annihilated' as Iraq's water pollution woes worsen
ABC News
Iraqi officials and fishermen are at a loss to explain how hundreds of tons of carp have suddenly died in fish farms in the Euphrates River, fueling anxieties about soaring water pollution. Local authorities used excavators to skim dead fish from the ...

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Residents make video to combat PFAS water pollution
Nashua Telegraph
Laurene Allen and Katharine Hodge started Merrimack Citizens for Clean Water, while Andrea Amico launched Testing for Pease, a community action group that assists those impacted by PFAS water contamination at the former Pease Air Force base in ...


Religion News Service

Water pollution in Iraq threatens Mandaean religious rites
Religion News Service
Iraq's soaring water pollution is threatening the religious rites of its tight-knit Mandaean community, already devastated by 15 years of war that has also affected the country's other minority sects. Mandaeism follows the teachings of John the Baptist ...

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Adirondack Explorer

Volunteers play key role in fighting water pollution
Adirondack Explorer
By Michael Virtanen. Water is the lifeblood of the Adirondack Park's tourism, adventuring and second-home economy, as well as its wilderness. Its lakes and rivers face multiple threats ranging from salt to human waste and invasive plants and aquatic ...

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New Hampshire Public Radio

Residents Urge State to Fix Water Pollution From New Durham Hatchery
New Hampshire Public Radio
Fish & Game says this is a problem, to some degree, at all six of their state hatcheries. But in New Durham, advocates say the pollution is akin to sewer discharge from tens of thousands of people. And neighbors say it's hurt their property values ...


IB students monitor water pollution north of Tijuana
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Josh Hill, a marine biology teacher at Mar Vista High School, lost count of the number of times he's gotten sick from swimming in the ocean at Imperial Beach. “It's just kind of sad that we have this awesome natural resource that we don't get to use ...


Tribune-Review

State grants to help flooding, water pollution problems around Westmoreland, region
Tribune-Review
A new round of state grants from the Mariner East 2 settlement will fund projects that address flooding, water pollution and stormwater runoff in six Westmoreland County communities, the state Department of Environmental Protection said Tuesday. The ...


News 12 Westchester

City Council, Mount Vernon mayor battle over water pollution blame
News 12 Westchester
The city of Mount Vernon has been ordered by the federal government to stop polluting its water or face millions in fines. Mayor Richard Thomas has blamed the City Council for not fixing the problem, and City Council has blamed the mayor. In an unusual ...

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New Hampshire Public Radio

Groups Plan Water Pollution Suit Against Biggest Coal Plant Left In New England
New Hampshire Public Radio
Two environmental groups plan to sue the owners of a coal-fired power plant outside Concord – Merrimack Station, the largest of its kind left in New England. The Sierra Club and the Conservation Law Foundation say they'll file suit under the Clean ...

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Air and Water Pollution Control Facility Tax Exemptions: Don't Leave Money on the Table!
The National Law Review
We are reminding the developers and owners of these projects that Maine law provides an opportunity to obtain tax exemptions for air and water pollution control facilities that often are integral parts of these developments. These exemptions can result ...

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Duke Chronicle

'Poop is the new gold': Duke researchers can turn it into clean water in four seconds
Duke Chronicle
Nagar noted that he and Deshusses began the project in order to solve water availability and sanitation issues in the developing world. “The developing world doesn't have the infrastructure that we have," he said. "They don't have a sewer system, they ...


Forbes

Austin's Water Crisis Reveals Deeper Problems - And A Potential Solution
Forbes
They are also a sponsor of the Run for the Water, happening on November 4th in conjunction with the Gazelle Foundation to raise awareness about the world's water crises, and specifically to improve the quality of life for the people in Burundi by ...
Commissioners Court - Travis CountyTravis County
Outdoor water use in Austin banned following boil water noticeKVUE.com
Multiple Highland Lakes dams' floodgates begin to closeKVUE.com
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New Zealand Herald

'Safeswim' called world-leading
New Zealand Herald
Safeswim, a project that tells people how safe it is to swim at their local beach while providing long-term monitoring of water quality, can be called a global-leading project, he says. McIlroy says of Safeswim: "We're not aware of anywhere else in the ...


Washington Post

'Third World conditions': Many of Canada's indigenous people can't drink the water at home
Washington Post
Despite the fact that Canada has the world's third-largest supply of fresh water, water on indigenous reserves has for decades been contaminated with various chemicals or bacteria, tough to access or at risk because of broken-down water systems that ...

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Oil boosts battery shelf life by supressing corrosion
Chemistry World
In the same way, we solved the corrosion problem by pumping oil into the battery when it was not being used,' explains team member Brandon Hopkins, who is now at the US Naval Research Laboratory. 'The oil pushes out the corrosive electrolyte from the ...


Variety

'Walking Dead' Recap: New Faces Create New Problems (SPOILERS)
Variety
The post-Rick Grimes world of “The Walking Dead” came into focus with this week's episode, introducing several new characters while offering a fresh look at some old ones. ... They arrive at a water tower, which Eugene climbs to place the equipment.

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Dallas News

Drink water without ice, and other ways to be healthier through Ayurveda
Dallas News
Taking ice out of your drinks will help digestion problems." That's a very ... When the ancient sages developed Ayurveda, she says, "they were observing what is natural in the world and what is natural in terms of what the body craves when it's out of ...


New York Times

Searching for Water Across Borders
New York Times
China, too, had come to the United States for food that requires vast amounts of fresh water to produce. Facing water scarcity issues in and around the Gobi Desert, China has been importing more than half of the world's soybeans, another water ...


Water access and sanitation shape birth outcomes and earning potential
The Weekend Leader
The State of the World's Water Report 2018 reveals that in India, nearly 163.1 million people lack access to clean water close to home, despite the country being among world's most-improved nations for reaching the most people with clean water.

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CNN

Forget the trade war, China's economy has other big problems
CNN
Many provincial governments and state-run firms would struggle to stay above water without regular injections of cheap credit, according to Kevin Lai, an economist at investment bank Daiwa Capital Markets. Cutting off their credit lines "would have ...

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