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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...
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.
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.
19 Mar 2014 LOS ANGELES, CA, United States
California’s Orange County Water District (OCWD) this week celebrated winning Singapore International Water Week’s (SIWW) prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Prize for its groundwater replenishment system.PUB CEO Chew Meng LeongThe OCWD developed a model for recycling water safely and effectively, by recharging the local aquifer and providing a source of water that is more resilient, according to Singapore’s Public Utilities Board (PUB) CEO Chew Meng Leong, who first announced the award on February 18...