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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...

April 13, 2017

The FAO reported that Lake Chad water levels have fallen to historically low levels since 1960.  While this fall is linked, in part, to changes in weather and precipitation frequency, it is also due to poor management stemming from regional conflict.  Poor irrigation p...

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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