•Water increasingly crucial in energy policies, experts say •Acidification: the latest unknown for stressed Arctic ecosystem •Rivers Carry Away Waste Heat Form Power Plants at a Cost to the Environment •Safe drinking water disappearing fast in Bangladesh •Land O' Lakes: …
Articles: Water Supplies (273)
In drought-plagued New Mexico, water is gold. And this week, Mora County in the northern part of the state took a firm stand to protect its precious liquid.
Interesting about the ways climate change will impact Saudi Arabia’s agriculture - already strained pretty much to the limit by inhospitable heat and drought
Speaking out about human overpopulation is not an easy thing, as I have been told that people get offended.
•Everything You Need to Know About the Exxon Pegasus Tar Sands Spill •Tar-sands oil spills in Arkansas and Minnesota •Oil spills disastrous for public relations •A train derailing, spilling 30,000 gallons of oil is still not a reason to build Keystone XL pipeline
•Study: Shale Gas Fracking Taints Rivers in Pennsylvania •Fracking 'linked to biggest Oklahoma earthquake' •Fracking communities should get incentives, says minister •US shale gas to heat British homes within five years
• Splash and grab: The global scramble for water •Peak water worries energy experts •Water Wars between Texas and New Mexico Are Nothing New—But the Times Are Changing
Post Carbon Fellow Sandra Postel recently gave a talk on 'Will We have Enough Water? Adapting to a Warming, Water-Stressed World' for the Moos Family Speaker Series on Water Resources.
As climate change alters rainfall patterns and river flows, tensions are bound to rise between states and countries that share rivers that cross their borders. In the Rio Grande Basin of the American Southwest, that future inevitability has arrived.
Radiation Fears Over Fracking? •'Frackademia': how Big Gas bought research on hydraulic fracturing •EPA Changed Course After Oil Company Protested •Poll: Europeans overwhelmingly favour renewables over shale gas •Shale playground in W. Texas