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    For centuries, the people of London and other big cities got their cooking and washing water from rivers or wells, limiting their consumption to pretty much what they could carry. They dumped their was...[More]
    032016-07
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    Ocean plants supply 50% of the oxygen in the atmosphere, and the sea provides much of the food we eat. It is the enabler of our leisure and, in many ways, our last resort. But friendly it is not. A cou...[More]
    032016-07
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    Riverside homeowners across England and Wales can rest easy in their beds tonight. After a few weeks of good weather (by British standards), the risk of watercourses breaking their banks are minimal.Of...[More]
    032016-07
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    A recent World Meteorological Organisation report described the frightening increase in weather and climate related disasters that occurred over the last four decades. Floods became more frequent and c...[More]
    032016-07
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    Beef’s environmental impact dwarfs that of other meat including chicken and pork, new research reveals, with one expert saying that eating less red meat would be a better way for people to cut carbon...[More]
    032016-07
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    Rainwater harvesting systems (RHS) – as you might expect from the name - harvest the rainwater that has fallen freely from the sky, typically onto the roof of your home. In contrast to the humble wat...[More]
    032016-07
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    "Water is the giver of life," says the great-great-grandson of the engineer who revolutionised London's sewerage system. "That's why people always ask if there's water on Mars to support life. But it i...[More]
    032016-07
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    For a garden water feature, most people make do with a fish pond. The well-to-do might run to a decorative fountain. Not Victoria Harrison. Rolling in and out beneath the floor of her dining room in me...[More]
    032016-07
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    A long exposure image shows parched earth where there once was water near the shore of Lake Mead, which is at its lowest level since it was filled in 1937. Nevada and the US south-west are having one o...[More]
    032016-07
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    This was supposed to be a piece about contemporary reservoirs – shiny, modern pumping equipment that looks like part of the latest Star Wars film, bucolic views across a stretch of water big enough t...[More]
    032016-07
  • Fishers and conservationists urge release of herpes
    Conservationists and recreational fishers have joined forces to support the release of a specialised herpes virus targeting carp in the Murray river.Scientists at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation have been tes...[More]
    262016-06
  • US drought takes its toll on clean energy productio
    The floor rumbled under Mark Cook. His legs vibrated as he stood in a tunnel tucked into the thick base of Hoover Dam, 130 metres below the tourists looking out over Lake Mead. Beneath him, water roared through steel pipes four metres tall....[More]
    032016-07
  • 10 top water tweeters: from Matt Damon to the World
    Water is fast becoming one of the most pressing challenges of 21st century: whether it’s too much, or too little or too dirty.But discussions about the resource are often relegated to the too “technical” box - perceived as the preserve...[More]
    032016-07
  • Washington state declares drought emergency with $1
    Related: California drought shaming takes on a class-conscious edge With more than two-thirds of Washington state experiencing abnormal dry conditions and more than half of the state experiencing moderate drought, Governor Jay Inslee on Frid...[More]
    022016-07
  • Five things we've learned about the state of the UK
    The UK is no longer so rubbish on rubbishThe UK has shown a marked improvement in the last decade, coming seventh in the list of countries generating most municipal waste per capita in 2004, with 602 tonnes per person, but 13th on the same l...[More]
    032016-07
  • Health of millions at stake in emissions curb rulin
    As the supreme court appeared to be leaning towards forcing the government to count the cost to industry before implementing new laws to curb toxic emissions from US power stations – especially mercury – environmentalists and doctors hav...[More]
    032016-07
  • How climate change will affect every part of NSW an
    Over the weekend the New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory governments released amazingly detailed modelling of how climate change is expected to affect every part of the state.They’ve modelled changes in temperature, rainfall,...[More]
    032016-07
  • Clean water is crucial to cutting child deaths
    Our two featured charities this year address major problems which, sooner or later, will affect us all. WaterAid is unique in tackling a fundamental need, one that we are likely to forget. Around 80% of all diseases in the developing world a...[More]
    262016-06
  • Why water, not drug wars, must always be the Mexico
    It’s not Mexico’s 10-year drug war I want to write about, or the country’s string of ridiculous corruption scandals. Nor do I want to write more than has already been written about the lack of rule of law here.Instead, I would like to...[More]
    302016-06
  • Humans damaging the environment faster than it can
    Degradation of the world’s natural resources by humans is rapidly outpacing the planet’s ability to absorb the damage, meaning the rate of deterioration is increasing globally, the most comprehensive environmental study ever undertaken b...[More]
    242016-06