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8 Mar 2018 LOS ANGELES CA
Followers of the ecologically dubious and largely pointless Cadiz water project in the Mojave Desert might have pricked up their ears last week at reports of a possible conflict of interest involving Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law, and the investment firm Apollo Global Management.
24 Jan 2018 Cape Town, South Africa
World Watches as Clock Ticks For Cape Town. Planet's First Major City to Face Water Supply “Day Zero”. South Africa And International Media Interest Intensifies. This is How Press Coverage (20 News Stories) is Playing Out This Week (updates will continue)
The South African - Day zero leaps forward by nine days for Cape Town“It was initially projected for Sunday 21 April 2018. But, as confirmed by the (City of Cape Town) COCT website, that date has come forward nine days, to Thursday 12 April 2018. As of the date of this article (22/01/2018), Cape Town has 80 days before the taps are shut off”...
1 Dec 2017 LOS ANGELES CA
Three conservation and health safety groups Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit challenging the federal government’s approval of a project that would transfer 16 billion gallons of water annually from a remote part of San Bernardino County’s Mojave Desert to developments in South Orange County and other locations.
11 Oct 2017 LOS ANGELES CA
Southern California’s largest water agency Tuesday threw a lifeline to California WaterFix, approving a $4.3-billion buy-in to the water delivery project. This does not ensure the survival of the $17-billion project, which needs significant funding from other urban and agricultural water districts to move forward, but it gives a much-needed boost to the long-planned proposal to build two massive tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the heart of California’s complex waterworks.
18 Aug 2017 WARRENTON, VA
USA Roundup: Water Conflict Mapped, Risks in Iraq and Pakistan, Trump Administration: "Don’t Mention Climate Change”, 63 Million Americans Exposed to Unsafe Water, California Tunnels, Nestle, a Random Dogs Story and More
Global Water Conflict in MapsA new atlas by Guerrilla Cartography explores the importance of water in everything from ancient mythology to modern warfare. Maps in the world atlas come from artists, activists, academics, and other mapmakers. The group’s project, Water: An Atlas, takes an unconventional look at the importance of water through more than 80 maps, including one showing the sites where water has played a role in conflict with ISIS...
16 Aug 2017 LOS ANGELES CA
Decision time is approaching for the agencies that will have to pick up the nearly $17-billion tab for building two massive water tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the heart of the state’s water works. Whether the board of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California commits to paying roughly a quarter of the bill could make or break the project.
14 Jul 2017 EDINBURGH, Scotland
The A68 is a British “trunk road” connecting Darlington in the North East of England to the A720 which skirts the South of Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city. The A720, known locally as “the bypass”, is best avoided during rush hour.This Anglo-Scottish thoroughfare is not to be confused with a different A68 which (per Wikipedia) is a 61...
9 Jun 2016 TEL AVIV
Seeking US money, representatives of no fewer than 26 Israeli water purification, desalinization, wastewater treatment, piping, irrigation, and other companies will travel to Los Angeles at the end of the month in an effort to slake the thirst of Californians, while making a few dollars in the process.
13 Oct 2015 LOS ANGELES, CA
An unprecedented agreement between the United States and Mexico to clean up the Tijuana River Watershed, which extends across the international boundary, may be the beginning of a new era on the western edge of the border.
2 Oct 2015 LIMA, Peru
Protesters at the Chinese-owned Las Bambas mine in Peru’s Apurimac region lifted their blockade of the mine site for 24 hours, starting September 30th, in hopes of holding talks with the government, according to a Los Angeles Times report.“We hope a dialogue will commence within 24 hours,” protest leader Adolfo Abarca told local radio...
8 Jul 2015 LOS ANGELES, CA
With growing urgency, water managers are planning an array of measures aimed at stretching Baja California's existing supply and creating new sources, including desalination plants, new wells and reservoirs, canal lining projects and improved irrigation techniques. No conclusive answers have been offered by the Comisión Internacional de Límites y Aguas, or CILA, the Mexican branch of a binational government boundary agency also known as the International Boundary and Water Commission.
5 May 2015 VALPÀRAISO, Chile
The Chilean government last week announced $169 million USD worth of new water supply projects for the city of Valpàraiso.According to the Ministry of Public Works, the projects include construction of dams and desalination plants, as well as projects aimed at decreasing water shortages in rural areas...