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Latest world news on water pollution


Care2.com

Government Ignores Dangerous E. Coli Factory Farm Water Pollution
Care2.com
It seems as if the large scale farming operations who are clearly responsible for this dangerous water pollution are being given a free pass from the authorities, who are refusing to accept the evidence presented to them by scientific researchers.


DesMoinesRegister.com

Most Iowans support water pollution lawsuit, poll says
DesMoinesRegister.com
A whopping 63 percent of Iowans believe Des Moines Water Works should pursue a lawsuit against drainage districts in three northwest Iowa counties after testing showed record nitrate levels in streams feeding a river supplying much of central Iowa's ...

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Augusta Free Press

Local governments in Shenandoah Valley target hidden sources of water pollution
Augusta Free Press
earth-new Through a project funded by the Virginia Environmental Endowment, several local governments in the Shenandoah Valley have been improving their capabilities to detect and eliminate sources of water pollution that are hidden from view, known as ...


Rio 2016: Sailing water pollution a concern but golf 'on course'
BBC News
Organisers of the Rio 2016 Olympics admit they are "concerned" about water pollution in the sailing venue, but say the Games will be delivered "on time". About 48% of sewage pumped into the Guanabara Bay is untreated, while illegal dumping is a big ...
February 6: Water Pollution is Rough Sailing for 2016 Rio OlympicsCircle of Blue WaterNews

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newsnet5.com

Cleveland Water Pollution Control worker shot several times on Cleveland's ...
newsnet5.com
Police identified the man as 45-year-old Alandis Gullatt, a house connection inspector with Cleveland Water Pollution Control. Gullatt is listed in serious condition at MetroHealth Medical Center. Police said Gullatt went outside to let his dog out and ...
Cleveland city worker shot in city's east sideWKYC-TV

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Pollution fears fuel China's bottled water sales
Big News Network.com
BEIJING -- Water pollution is fueling the explosive growth of bottled water sales in China, where consumption of bottled water has doubled since 2006. China has seven percent of the world's fresh water but 20 percent of its population, and its thirst ...

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Noble-co. commissioners to apply for water pollution control loan
The Daily Jeffersonian
CALDWELL -- Noble County commissioners passed a resolution at the Feb. 23 meeting allowing them to apply, accept and enter into a Water Pollution Control Loan Fund. The loan with the Ohio Water Development Authority would fund the construction of ...


The Durango Herald

Share “USGS: More data needed to assess any...”
NewsOK.com
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — More data are needed to be able to fully assess whether any widespread correlation might exist between recent oil and gas development in the U.S. and degraded quality of nearby surface water, a new study by the U.S. Geological ...
More data needed on fracking, waterThe Durango Herald
USGS: More data needed to assess any fracking-pollution linkDeseret News

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Mintpress News (registration) (blog)

Fracked Earth News: From Water Pollution To Drought
Mintpress News (registration) (blog)
Zanzibari youth jump into the Indian Ocean from Forodhani Gardens park in the historical city of Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania, on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015. The acidification of the world's oceans threatens shellfish and other foodsources. (AP Photo ...


Editorial: Fighting the good fight against water pollution
Shelter Island Reporter
But credit Supervisor Jim Dougherty for pursuing an end to a fully realized crisis confronting the Island's future in the form of polluted ground water and the waters that surround us. One major cause of this, yes, urgent situation, is barely efficient ...


São Paulo Water Crisis Linked to Growth, Pollution and Deforestation
New York Times
SÃO PAULO, Brazil — Endowed with the Amazon and other mighty rivers, an array of huge dams and one-eighth of the world's fresh water, Brazil is sometimes called the “Saudi Arabia of water,” so rich in the coveted resource that some liken it to living ...

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Tech Times

World Still Not Aware Of Water Scarcity Problems, Says IPCC Head
Tech Times
Water scarcity problems are imminent due to the effects of climate change, but the world is not fully aware of their repercussions. Speaking at a conference, Rajendra Pachauri, head of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, said that conflict ...

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BBC News

Sao Paulo water crisis adds to Brazil business woes
BBC News
Renato Soares has seen all sorts of problems in the 33 years he has been running a small laundry in a middle-class neighbourhood in Sao Paulo. But with Brazil's biggest city facing potential water rationing, he thinks his biggest headache may be about ...
Brazil faces water disaster; scientists warned it was comingUPI.com

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Oh the humanities!
Science Magazine (subscription)
Brushes with waterborne illness and professional experiences with water filtration inspired me to pursue a Ph.D. in public health, focusing on the waterborne transmission of Helicobacter pylori in Lima. I chose it because it's a ... In addition to ...


Washington Post

Your shower is wasting huge amounts of energy and water. Here's what you can ...
Washington Post
If 20 percent of that is wasted, well, you're talking about over 200 billion gallons, in a world where gigantic states (California) and megacities (Sao Paulo, Brazil) are suffering from drought and water scarcity problems are expected to become still ...


USGS begins crucial study in Hinkley to determine how much chromium-6 was ...
San Bernardino County Sun
U.S. Geological Survey physical scientist Greg Smith collects a water sample from a well in Hinkley Wednesday. ... in a garage piled high with rocks neatly stored in pizza-sized boxes, the long-awaited study has begun to determine how much of the world ...

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Reuters

What kills more women than AIDS and breast cancer? Dirty water
Reuters
... according to the report. More than 1 billion women, or one in three women around the world, do not have access to a safe, private toilet, while 370 million - one in 10 - do not have access to clean water, according to WaterAid. More than 2 billion ...

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eco-business.com

Solving water woes: Who will crack the code in 2016?
eco-business.com
Recent research shows more than 40 per cent of cities in the world relying on surface water will face shortages by 2040, yet water-related issues are the least addressed in the United Nations' Millennium Development Goals, the international ...

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Indian Country Today Media Network

California Students Research Federal Recognition and Water Rights
Indian Country Today Media Network
As part of a Nature and World Cultures class, co-sponsored by the Humanities and Environmental Studies departments at San Jose State University, groups are required to turn in a research project in which they choose a topic relating to a how a tribe ...


SunHerald.com

China cuts growth forecast, warning of “deep-seated” economic problems
World Socialist Web Site
Some of the additional money will be spent on railway, water and agricultural projects, but the chairman of the government's economic planning agency Xu Shaoshi said it should not be seen as a “massive stimulus.” Li said the new growth target was what ...
China lowers growth target, vows more open economySunHerald.com

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