Current Headlines

  1. Environmental Group Names 'Dirty Dozen' List Of Water Offenses
    11/24/2014

    The Georgia Water Coalition, an environmental group, recently released a "dirty dozen" list, enumerating the 12 biggest offenses to Georgia's water quality.

  2. Drought: Weather Or Economic Problem?
    11/24/2014

    Are the challenging effects of the drought in the West a weather problem or an economic problem?

  3. World's Biggest Water Diversion Project Begins In China
    11/24/2014

    As China moves ahead on its massive water diversion project, some of the tap water in Beijing is now projected to come from hundreds of miles away.

  4. Oklahoma Adjusts To Era Of Drought
    11/24/2014

    Waiting until water shortages strike is probably not the ideal time to begin planning for a drought.

  5. San Antonio Council Approves 142-Mile Water Pipeline
    11/23/2014

    The San Antonio City Council approved a giant new water pipeline in hopes of diversifying and securing the water supply in the drought-plagued region.

  6. WWEM 2014 – Better, Bigger, busier
    11/21/2014

    Running over 2 days in early November, WWEM 2014 was an outstanding success, with sustained growth in every event since the first WWEM in 2005.

  7. New Water Proposal Will Reduce Hurricane Threats In New York
    11/21/2014

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to reduce the threat from storms like Hurricane Sandy by funding new water projects on Long Island.

  8. West Virginia Utilities Fight To Stop Extensive State Regulation
    11/20/2014

    A new study funded by public water utilities in West Virginia came down hard on the effects of regulation and found that other states do not regulate water utilities as extensively.

  9. Dairy Farms Accused Of Contaminating Water Supply In Wisconsin
    11/20/2014

    A coalition of environmentalists petitioned the federal government to crack down on dairy farms that are allegedly polluting the water supply in Wisconsin.

  10. New Jersey Man Steals $100,000 In Water
    11/20/2014

    A New Jersey man pleaded guilty to stealing around $100,000 of water.

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