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Deteriorating infrastructure, polluted water — how will Texas solve its water quality crisis?
In October 2019, the non-profit Environmental Working Group (EWG), in cooperation with independent scientists, published the results of i...
Aug 20, 2020 / Read More
Water-bearing Women: More Than Mythology
In ancient literature, young women are portrayed as the water bearers and are often encountered at the community well. They draw water an...
Aug 04, 2020 / Read More
“Water, water, everywhere, Though not a drop to drink.”*
Hard to believe, but fresh drinking water is a rare commodity…and is becoming ever more scarce. You may ask, “How can this be, when about...
Jul 24, 2020 / Read More
Sacramento and San Francisco Break Rain-Free Records
Headlines earlier this year announced that Sacramento, California had its first rain-free February in history, and San Francisco had its ...
Jul 10, 2020 / Read More
US Cities that May Face “Day Zero”
Every Thursday, the US Drought Monitor releases a map to illustrate areas of drought throughout the country.
Jun 17, 2020 / Read More