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By Meghan Bartels / On October 28th, 2014

Editors' note: This blog post was written by Joe Landsberg and Richard Waring.

Photo Credit: Birds on a Wire by Flickr.com user Kiwi Flickr

By Meghan Bartels / On September 26th, 2014

Salmon Trout River, near where the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community is fighting a mine.

Photo credit: Fountain by Flickr.com user Nicola

By Brian Richter / On August 18th, 2014

How can markets help get water to your sink?

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By Biohabitats / On August 6th, 2014

Post by Amy Nelson of Biohabitats, cross-posted from Rhizome with permission.

Photo credit: Fountain by Flickr.com user Nicola

By Meghan Bartels / On July 25th, 2014

Consumption of bottled water has skyrocketed in the past fifty years.

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By Meghan Bartels / On June 20th, 2014

Water shapes every aspect of our lives, but how many of us know where our water comes from or who decides how it's distributed? In his new book, Chasing Water, Brian...

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By Brian Richter / On June 9th, 2014

The Murray River near Renmark, Australia. (Photograph by Brian Richter)

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By Meghan Bartels / On June 6th, 2014

Can our infrastructure systems do more if they work together?

Photo credit: Fountain by Flickr.com user Nicola

By Admin / On October 23rd, 2013

Today's staff pick, Bottled and Sold, comes from our Production Assistant, Caroline Sperry.

Photo credit: Supreme Court Pediment by Flickr.com user Kevin Harber

By Royal Gardner / On September 6th, 2013

The concept of “no net loss” of wetlands, first officially endorsed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 1990, continues to spread across the globe. The latest example is Taiwan’s national Wetland...

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