- October 19, 2015: Municipal Watershed Management Seminar
Where: Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton, ON Organization: Ontario Water Works Association Website: http://www.owwa.ca/event/seminar-municipal-watershed-management/
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Since the construction of their water pump at home, Ranjaana and her large family can do more in life. Read their story.
- Art from Kanija Village
Water means life to the families of Kanija Village in India. And because they have access to safe water children have the time and good health to attend school which is where these girls created celebratory art for their community's Water Day event.
- SIDUR and Water.org in Secunderbad
SIDUR’s efforts unlock water pipes in Secunderabad.
- The Stream, September 1: Saudi Arabia, Jordan Sign Agreement Over Shared Aquifer
The Global Rundown Neighbors in the Middle East sign a rare groundwater agreement. A tax increase helps Minnesota study its rivers and lakes, while drought in Nevada drains Walker Lake. Algae blooms cut property values in Vermont. Green groups in India rally against a canal project. “We just pray that they could build the dam […]
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- Slowly, With Earth Pushing Hard, A Confederacy Of Concern Develops
Circle of Blue Senior Editor Keith Schneider discusses how new energy-efficient, water-conserving, land-protecting operating principles are slowly becoming priorities around the world.
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- Federal Water Tap, August 31: Tennessee Valley Coal Ash Ponds Begin Journey to Closure
The Rundown EPA completes a quick internal review of Colorado mine spill. Pesticides in U.S. rivers generally rise and fall with farm use. Tennessee Valley Authority plans to close coal ash ponds. Regulators prepare a new national pipeline map. California desalination plant begins environmental review. “If another country threatened to wipe out an American town, […]
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