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In a speech at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C. yesterday, the presumptive front runner in the Mexican Presidential election (slated for July 2018), Andrés Manuel López Obrador, laid out his plans for Mexico if he is elected. While many of the goals are noble--fig...

Water shortages are often considered a common challenge for developing countries.  But this past week has been an example of just how critical global water security is becoming for all nations around the world.

In Italy, Rome is in a desperate situation, facing extreme...

April 5, 2017


An article in the Washington Post today noted that pesticide neonicotinoids have been found for the first time in measurable quantities in drinking water.  Though neonicotinoids are not known to cause significant health effects in mammals, this discovery has once agai...

April 3, 2017


This article at the New Yorker by Jeremy Miller notes that the threats to California's water are still many and varied.  This article highlights the importance of continuing to be vigilant in watching over our water resources.

But this article also highlights the dange...

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