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Water and political wars

We like to think that the relations between the 50 states are harmonious. However, it is not always the case and access to water resources is a good example of issues leading to serious disputes between several states. These legal disputes betwe...

When your drinking water is “safe to drink” but could still kill you. How would you react if I told you that your drinking water is safe to drink but could still kill you if it goes up your nose? If you are like me, you would simply refuse to drink the water.

While this...

A few days ago, I had the chance to see an IMAX movie that reminded me of the critical importance of water: “A Beautiful Planet.” This documentary has been “made in cooperation with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)” and it “features stunning foo...

Too often, we simply take water for granted. We fully expect that water will start flowing when we turn the tap on. But what if it does not? While this is not an issue we would expect in the United States, there are a few cases that remind us that running out of water...

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