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11 Aug 2020 WARRENTON VA
In this great 27,000 square mile swath of land in the Four Corners region of Southwestern U.S., between 30 and 40 percent of the some 200,000 have no direct access to running water. Half of the Navajo population within the Utah portion of the Nation alone lack indoor plumbing. In a region where the median household income is about half that for the U...
31 Mar 2020 WARRENTON VA
A new research report provides a detailed analysis of the water hauling services market and offers insights on the various factors driving the popularity of water hauling services. The report includes an extensive analysis of the key industry drivers, challenges, trends and structure of the water hauling services market.
10 Feb 2020 WARRENTON VA
Can natural disasters promote economic growth? The very question might seem distasteful, however according to a new report on the matter, the global “disaster economy” is already exploding, to the tune of $114 billion. ndeed, capitalism is so wedded to monetising destruction that a new report from the freshly rebranded Kearney has suggested the disaster economy could soon be a leading global market.
15 Dec 2019 WARRENTON VA, United States
The new investigation of microplastic contamination in European waters has revealed 100 percent polluiton in 2700 water samples collected from 45 different sites.The Tara Ocean Foundation conducted the research in cooperation with 16 research laboratories from May to November 2019 and tested waters in nine major European rivers...
24 Nov 2019 WARRENTON, VA
OOSKAnews will not publish its subscription-based email water news report "International Water Weekly" on Wednesday this week (November 17) in observance of the US Thanks giving HolidayRegular publishing of global water news and intelligence on the OOSKAnews website www.ooskanews.com continues during holiday breaks...
1 Jul 2019 WARRENTON, VA, United States
OOSKAnews will not produce the International Water Weekly this week, marking the US Independence Day holiday. Stories will continue to publish at www.ooskanews.com during the holiday week. Regular newsletter service will resume next week. We wish all our readers in the United States a safe and happy Fourth of July.
6 Mar 2019 WARRENTON VA
Climate change is already triggering devastating weather events across the planet, including prolonged droughts, flash floods and wildfires. Parts of Africa and the Middle East are experiencing erratic harvests, heavy storms and the worst drought in the past 900 years. Experts say that people here who are struggling to provide for their families are vulnerable to the influence of extremist recruits who offer them work and food.
21 Feb 2019 WARRENTON VA
Every day many millions of gallons of water loaded with arsenic, lead and other toxic metals flow from some of the most contaminated mining sites in the U.S. and into surrounding streams and ponds without being treated. That torrent is poisoning aquatic life and tainting drinking water sources in Montana, California, Colorado, Oklahoma and at least five other states...
16 Dec 2018 WARRENTON VA, United States
A new survey reports the existence of more than 2000 sites and 200 illegal mining areas threatening the health of indigenous populations and the environment in six Amazonian countries. Thirty rivers are affected by mining or being used as routes for the entry of machinery and the outlet of minerals...
6 Aug 2018 WARRENTON VA
Freshwater supplies are dwindling and refugees from drought, famine and war are straining neighboring countries around the world. That exists today. But what happens when someone attempts to create water refugees in the United States? That is the question Eric Douglas has taken on in his latest novel, “Water Crisis: Day Zero...
29 Jul 2018 WARRENTON VA
Located at the edge of a more than three-billion-year-old ice cap covering Mars’s south pole is an ice cap some 1.5 kilometers below the surface, where a lake of liquid water nearly three times larger than the island of Manhattan may lurk. Discovered by a team of Italian scientists, the potential lake is at least a few meters deep, and might be a fixed, steady feature of the subsurface.
28 Mar 2018 WARRENTON VA, United States
The eighth World Water Forum closed at the Ulysses Guimarães Convention Center in Brasilia, Brazil March 23. The World Water Council, in cooperation with the Government of Brazil, held its triennial Forum in the Brazilian capital commencing March 18. Benedito Braga, President of the World Water Council, spoke at the event’s closing ceremony: “Let the experiences you have heard and learnt allow you to share and secure our water resources, and inspire you to take action to improve something - big or small - in your life, for your organization, or for your community...