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Latest world news on water pollution


Miami Herald

Carnival Corp ship caught in pollution scheme. Now they're paying $40 million for it
Miami Herald
In a scheme where a cruise line cut corners and dumped oil-contaminated water into the ocean, the Caribbean Princess was caught soiling the Queen's water. The U.S. government has slapped Carnival Corp.-owned cruise line Princess Cruises with an ...
Princess Cruise to pay $40M for 'magic pipe' feloniesEnvironment & Energy Publishing
Carnival's Princess cruises to pay $40M over pollution, cover-upNew York Daily News
Carnival's Princess Cruises to pay record fine for pollution, cover-upCBS News
US Department of Justice
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Marketplace.org

EPA's late changes to fracking study downplay risk of drinking water pollution
Marketplace.org
... changes at the eleventh hour to a highly anticipated, five-year scientific study of hydraulic fracturing's effect on the nation's drinking water. The changes, later criticized by scientists for lacking evidence, played down the risk of pollution ...

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Could power plant waste help cut water pollution?
Science Magazine
CAMPBELLSPORT, WISCONSIN—When it rains, a river flows through a shed on Dan Johnson's farm here. The runoff trickles through his crop fields, then beneath a small white structure where a pump sucks up small water samples. When the water fills a ...


WSKG News

EPA's Late Changes To Fracking Study Downplay Risk Of Drinking ...
WSKG News
Top officials of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last year made critical changes at the eleventh hour to a highly anticipated, five-year.
Wastewater Utilities Oppose EPA's Request For Nutrient InformationWater Online (press release)

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The Seattle Times

Environmentalists sue BNSF to cover coal trains, prevent water ...
The Seattle Times
In Seattle in a case with national implications, environmentalists seek to force BNSF to cover coal-train loads.
Outcome Of Water Pollution Trial Against BNSF Could Reach ...KUOW News and Information

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Manitoba Co-operator

Investors press meat producers to cut water pollution
Reuters
Forty-five large investors collectively managing $1.2 trillion in assets are pressing some of the nation's largest meat producers to set policies for reducing water pollution in their feeding, slaughtering and processing operations. The investors, who ...
Investors urge Cargill, Smithfield to address water pollutionGreenBiz
Meat industry responds to water pollution call - GlobalMeatNews.comGlobalMeatNews.com
Investors pressure processors to address water pollutionMeat & Poultry (registration)

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Zimbabwe: Businesses Make Progress On Cutting Water Pollution ...
AllAfrica.com
Polluting Zimbabwean businesses have made some progress in cutting down water pollution since authorities threatened to shut down companies that failed to ...

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Seacoastonline.com

Pease targeted for $110M in water pollution suit - Seacoastonline.com
Seacoastonline.com
PORTSMOUTH — The Conservation Law Foundation has filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging stormwater runoff from the Pease Development Authority is ...

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SW News Media

Commentary: New generation of water leaders
SW News Media
They wrapped up a two-week water unit that had them researching and learning about the water cycle, wastewater treatment, water pollution, invasive species, conserving water, the limited freshwater available and what their role in protecting and ...


Mashable

These scientific breakthroughs could help address the world's water crisis
Mashable
Satellite data that helps fight cholera. Forecasts that help farmers flee monsoons. Models that predict how shifting rivers can affect drinking water. Scientists worldwide are developing technologies like these to tackle the planet's biggest water ...

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Breakthrough Solutions for the World's Water Problems
PR Newswire (press release)
UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The supply of fresh, safe water is rapidly diminishing around the globe. Pollution, contamination, water borne diseases, poor water treatment and filtration are substantial problems, as is the ...

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Tech.Co

Everwaters, a Better Water Filter Developed for the Real World
Tech.Co
However, recent events, like the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, showed that even developed countries are not safe from water-related problems. This fear leads people to buy a water filter in order to make sure that what they drink is safe and pure ...


Education World

STEM News Roundup: California Students Beat National Av...
Education World
Level Up Village's courses help students learn STEM skills while encouraging them to tackle real-world problems through collaboration with peers in developing countries. The company's most recent course announcement, "Global Water Crisis," exemplifies ...

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WaterWorld

Israel reuses nearly 90% of its water
WaterWorld
... in the world,” Erdan added. “And these startups in large part are not only focused on creating high profits, but also finding ways to solve the world's most pressing problems.” Elsewhere, water reclamation is well established in Namibia, China and ...


UPI.com

Bolivia declares emergency due to water shortage
UPI.com
Bolivian President Evo Morales, seen here addressing the United Nations in April, said he and his emergency Cabinet declared a national emergency due to a water shortage caused by climate change. The declaration allows local and state governments to ...
Bolivia declares state of emergency over worst drought in 25 yearsThe Guardian

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Aljazeera.com

Iran's Water Crisis - Al Jazeera English
Aljazeera.com
We investigate the race to save Iran's water, before water scarcity dries out entire cities and displaces millions.

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The Daily Dot

The Waterless Toilet, Backed by Bill Gates, Could Change the World
The Daily Dot
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2.5 billion people around the world lack access to advanced sanitation. Difficulty accessing clean water and infrastructure problems keep this basic human necessity out of the reach. To help ...

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Israel recycles 4 times more waste water than any country in the world
eTurboNews
From the world's most environmentally recycled paper to water shortage solutions, sustainable healthcare, energy conservation and the green construction and infrastructure of the future, Israel continues to lead the way in sustainable innovation ...

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