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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
  • Drought-stricken California looks to Australia for
    As hopes that a much-hyped “Godzilla” El Niño event will banish California’s record drought fade, the state is starting to look for clues from overseas on how to conserve each increasingly precious drop that does fall on its parched l...[More]
    252016-06
  • Should I stop drinking bottled water?
    It’s the world’s bestselling soft drink – more people buy bottled water than fruit juice or fizzy drinks. In 2013, the UK glugged 2.4bn litres of it, and by 2014 this had risen to 2.6bn litres. Yet, remarkably, you can get this particu...[More]
    022016-07
  • The 20 photographs of the week
    Shipwrecked immigrants hold their children after disembarking from a rescue vessel in the port of Lesbos, Greece. Record numbers of migrants are dying in the Mediterranean this year amid the largest wave of mass-migration since the second wo...[More]
    032016-07
  • Every breath you take: the environmental consequenc
    Sanctions are political tools aimed at isolating and hurting the target country’s economy, forcing it to change policy. But in the short run, a target country may adopt alternative, survivalist means to evade the grip of sanctions.In the c...[More]
    032016-07
  • Two untamed wildfires displace 23,000 people in nor
    Related: By the numbers: a look at the California wildfires so far Two explosive wildfires have displaced 23,000 people in northern California and threaten to wreak more devastation in rural communities, which have lost hundreds of homes.The...[More]
    032016-07
  • Four ways water can join the circular economy revol
    The Colorado River no longer reaches the sea; aquifers in the Arabian Peninsula are exhausted; freshwater reserves in China, such as Lake Tai, are polluted. Globally, the picture is bleak: on current trends, demand for water will exceed supp...[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
  • David Attenborough and Jane Goodall join the fight
    Sir David Attenborough and Dr Jane Goodall have made an unusual intervention into Australian state politics by calling for a new national park to be created in Victoria to save the endangered Leadbeater’s possum.Attenborough, who is visiti...[More]
    032016-07
  • Marina Abramović's former partner Ulay returns to
    “I’ve got a pipe in my mouth,” said the German artist Ulay (pronounced “Ooh-lie”), speaking on the phone from New York City. “Usually, I’m smoking all the time, but I’m smoke-free during an interview.”That’s typical for t...[More]
    252016-06
  • Solar is bringing a new world to women in Zimbabwe
    For a woman in parts of rural Zimbabwe the cost of two candles can be the difference between health and hunger, even life and death.Because many health clinics are far from the grid and lack electricity and therefore light, expectant mothers...[More]
    022016-07