Water

pellet_wi_fi

| July 28, 2014
Millions of industrial plastic pellets pollute the sands beneath our feet, but you...
tomsriver

| July 26, 2014
It was a lengthy process, but Toms River, N.J. educated itself and fought for its water...
circleofblue

The mineral-stained canyon walls and the plunging water levels at...
supwaterfi

The Blue Business Council’s founding members are a diverse group of...
brffi

| July 22, 2014
The goal of the foundation is to make the fest the preeminent environmental festival in the...
drillingatlantic

| July 21, 2014
In a landmark decision last week, the federal government approved seismic exploration for...
rachelfi

| July 21, 2014
“BC has such incredible waters for swimming, and there are so many threats facing them now...
stopshutoffs

| July 21, 2014
Officials say they aren't backing down to pressure from protesters and other activists...
frackingdrought

But not all aquifers are exempted, and the system amounts to a patchwork of...
Anybody who develops a sustainable solution to the global water shortage would be adored, but they would also be a millionaire, the ruler of Dubai said. Photo credit: Vinoth Chandar/Flickr Creative Commons

| July 17, 2014
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum says any research institute in the world is eligible to win...
oceanplasticbag

| July 16, 2014
When a research team set sail on a nine-month, worldwide expedition in 2010 to study the impact of global warming on...
detroitwater3

| July 14, 2014
In Detroit, MI, residents are facing a water shortage of a different kind. Since May,...
Photo credit: Richard Hermann

The mighty Pacific bluefin tuna is in a world of trouble, caught up in a trans-Pacific political battle over who's to blame for driving the population to the brink...

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