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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]
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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
  • Why Brazil's megadrought is a Wall Street failure
    It’s hard to overestimate the appalling environmental and economic crisis that’s brewing in Brazil right now. The country is in the grip of a crippling megadrought – the result of pollution, deforestation and climate change – that de...[More]
    032016-07
  • Obama's Flint visit boosted morale – but it doesn
    Four months after he declared a state of emergency in Flint over its toxic water crisis, Barack Obama’s first visit to the Michigan city was as much about repudiating the philosophy of shrunken, hands-off government as it was about the lea...[More]
    252016-06
  • How Port-au-Prince's water sachets are clogging up
    Limited access to safe drinking water is an ongoing struggle in Haiti. One of the most popular solutions to this aresachés dlo, 9oz water bags that are sold in every corner of the country. At three bags for five gourdes (about 7p), water ba...[More]
    302016-06
  • Water management flawed owing to vastly underestima
    Drought and flood risk in New South Wales is vastly underestimated, with weather in the past 100 years being unusually stable, according to a detailed reconstruction of rainfall over a NSW catchment for the past 1,000 years.In a world first,...[More]
    232016-06
  • Some Californians have found a new drought scapegoa
    Some people blame California’s enduring drought on the nut farmers. Others vent against those in Beverly Hills, who keep their estates green while neighbours in the flatlands turn off sprinklers under threat of heavy fines.Now comes the la...[More]
    022016-07
  • Taluorumana, the Colombian village dying of thirst –
    Residents in Taluorumana, in the Alta Guajira region of La Guajira, which has been especially hard hit by droughtFacebookTwitterPinterestFlamini Gómez Uriana draws water from a well, while his mother Lilia Uriana waits in background. Accord...[More]
    022016-07
  • It's taken seven years, but California is finally c
    Citizen enforcement has always been an important part of the US Clean Water Act, which aims to prevent dangerous water pollution through regulation. Without the help of watchdog groups looking out for pollution in the country’s rivers and...[More]
    032016-07
  • Row over water access boils over
    From the picture windows of the newest of the nine restaurants at the exclusive Royal Parc Evian hotel, the view of the shimmering expanse of Lake Geneva is by all accounts unrivalled. But, if they tire of it, the leaders of the world's rich...[More]
    262016-06
  • The do-some things Congress: the most impactful law
    In 2015, Congress passed more than 100 laws that were then signed by President Barack Obama. Some, like the omnibus budget deal agreed in December, accomplished the most basic task of funding the federal government. There were also 14 differ...[More]
    302016-06
  • If we want water for everyone, we're going to have
    More than 800 children die each day from diarrhoea. About 663 million people still use water contaminated by human waste and other pollutants. And roughly 2.4 billion people still lack access to a basic toilet. Open defecation presents a maj...[More]
    252016-06