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Daily News Egypt

Bomb explosion led to Alexandria-Beheira water pollution: Environment Minister
Daily News Egypt
Environment Minister Khaled Fahmy said a bomb explosion near a petrol line led to water pollution in the lake between Alexandria and Beheira, during a TV interview on Monday. Fahmy said the explosion led to gas leaking into the pipe which feeds the ...

Wall Street Journal

China Cracks Down on Water-Polluting Industries
Wall Street Journal
BEIJING—China plans to close numerous small-scale enterprises in nearly a dozen industries, including dyeing plants, oil refineries and pesticide producers, in an effort to clean up its water supply. The goal is to significantly improve water quality ...
China targets dirty businesses in water pollution action planFinancial Times
China announces ambitious plan to clean up its water, close down polluting ...International Business Times
China to ban water-polluting paper mills, oil refineriesReuters UK
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In win for greens, DOJ withdraws appeal in CAFO case
Environment & Energy Publishing
The Department of Justice won't challenge a federal court ruling that the Department of Agriculture and the Small Business Administration violated environmental laws in providing loans to a large hog farm in northwest Arkansas. The U.S. 8th Circuit ...
Fouling a National River Is Bad for Business (Vic Snyder & Ed Bethune ...Arkansas Business Online

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Protecting water quality leads to problems with permits
Yakima Herald-Republic
ZILLAH — Farmers, bureaucrats, dairy owners and their neighbors, 50 or so total, recently filled the Zillah Civic Center and peppered state officials about the best ways to protect water quality. At issue was a permit required of certain dairies and ...

Cornish Guardian

Multi-million pound scheme to improve water quality off South East Cornwall ...
Cornish Guardian
A MULTI-MILLION pound scheme to deliver cleaner seas off South East Cornwall has been successfully completed in time for the start of the bathing season. As part of the £4.9m scheme, South West Water has completed several projects to improve water ...

The Hill

EPA sends controversial water pollution rule to White House
The Hill
Later this week, McCarthy will travel to Minneapolis–Saint Paul in Minnesota and to Dallas for a pair of events aimed at promoting the EPA's water pollution control efforts and the Waters of the United States rule specifically, an EPA spokeswoman said.
Obama's proposed clean-water rule stirs debateColumbus Dispatch

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Water Quality Project At CR Park
These elements are intended to address the water quality of runoff from the developed area north of Collins Road to enhance the overall water quality in the McLoud Run watershed, repair and minimize further erosion, and beautify the park. The project ...

Grand Forks Herald

Minnesota reps vote to suspend water pollution standard for wild rice waters
Grand Forks Herald
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota state representatives voted Friday to suspend a water pollution standard for wild rice waters. A rule enacted in 1973, but not enforced until recent years, limits how much sulfate can be in water around wild rice stands. Those who ...

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Daily Mail

Scientists Use Glow-in-the-Dark Tampons to Flush Out Water Pollution
One of the most innovative solutions for combating water pollution could be hiding in an unexpected place — the feminine hygiene aisle. Through laboratory tests and field trials, researchers from the University of Sheffield in England have found that ...
Glow-in-the-dark TAMPONS shed light on water pollutionDaily Mail
Glowing Tampons Help Detect Water PollutionRYOT
Glow in the dark tampons used to spot water pollutionModVive
3News NZ -WallStreet OTC
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New York Times

Conflict Over Soil and Water Quality Puts 'Iowa Nice' to a Test
New York Times
Notably, most everyone involved agrees that the nitrates in the water supply are a problem, and that farmers can play a role in solving it. But while Mr. Stowe and the utility want to hold farmers to strict federal water quality standards, Mr. Johnson ...
April 17: China to Close Water-Polluting BusinessesCircle of Blue WaterNews
Your guide to the Water Works lawsuitBusiness Record

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Answering Questions about the World's Water Security Problems (press release) (blog)
This post is part of the Science Tuesday feature series on the USDA blog. Check back each week as we showcase stories and news from USDA's rich science and research portfolio. Global water awareness and future water security happens locally—one ...

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Business Insider

California isn't the only state with water problems
Business Insider
This isn't just a US problem, either. The water crisis is even worse in many other countries, especially those without good infrastructure to get water from rivers and aquifers. The UN estimates a fifth of the world's population lives in an area where ...
Lopsided Bureaucratic Rationing Won't Cure California's Water CrisisReason (blog)
Recycling toilet water and 4 other Israeli answers to California's droughtJewish Journal

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Techvibes (blog)

How Technology Could Solve the World's Water Problems, if Only We Would Let It
Techvibes (blog)
Without food we can last for days or even weeks, but without a proper supply of fresh water we'll last only a fraction of that time. Yet clean water is scarce in many third-world countries. It's a problem that's growing harder and harder to solve with ...


Sorry, Shatner: MIT water project wins award, becomes viable option for world ...
Photo via Flickr/Mark. William Shatner made massive headlines with his scheme to build a pipeline from Seattle to California to solve the state's water shortage. Let's just say we're glad that real scientists are working on the world's water problems ...

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Global leaders continue tackling water problems at World Water Forum
Yonhap News
DAEGU/GYEONGJU, South Korea, April 14 (Yonhap) -- Government officials and experts from around the world sought to find joint solutions to various water-related challenges facing the world Tuesday, the third day of a global water forum under way in ...
100+ Global Leaders Agree to Solve Global Water-related Problems TogetherBusinessKorea
World water form opens discussions on global issuesThe Korea Herald
'Blue Gold Industry' to tackle water shortage problemsArirang News

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Hamilton Spectator

Water forum seeks solutions for growing problem
Hamilton Spectator
What the World Economic Forum calls the top global security threat is a business opportunity a local coalition hopes to tap. The Switzerland-based forum put water security at the top of its most recent list of threats. But where the forum sees danger ...

The Week Magazine

The market-based solution to California's water crisis
The Week Magazine
The standard narrative about California's crisis is that three rainless years have depleted the state's major water reservoirs, thinned the snowpack, and dried up the rivers, causing a massive water shortage that requires mandatory cuts in water use ...
California's Water Woes Are PricelessWall Street Journal
'Man-made disaster': Critics say California drought caused by misguided ...Fox News
Agriculture Versus Cities In The California Drought SagaForbes

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New York Times

Silicon Valley's Water Conservation Conundrum
New York Times
Silicon Valley has a richly deserved reputation as the world's engine of technology innovation, with a track record that includes developing integrated circuits, microprocessors, personal computers and smartphones. This is a culture of confidence and ...
Global water crisis not attractive enough for Silicon Valley brainsEconomic Times

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Voice of America

Countries Step Up Nepal Earthquake Aid Efforts Despite Travel Issues
Huffington Post
"The world is trying to respond, which is a good thing, and the systems and networks tend to work a little bit slower due to the traffic volume coming in," he said. United Nations spokesman Farhan Haq said the ... Spain's government planned to send a ...
Nepal Faces Difficulties in Distributing AidVoice of America
Workers: Aid not reaching Nepal villagesNWAOnline
Chaotic scenes at Kathmandu airport as tourists, residents try to flee NepalGMA News
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NPR (blog)

Feds Say It's Time To Cut Back On Fluoride In Drinking Water
NPR (blog)
They say there's evidence that overexposure to fluoride might increase the risk for other health issues, including possibly thyroid problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and even lower IQs. "Due to the importance of having the best ...

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