The Nature Conservancy released an interactive map highlighting conservation projects around the world. The map is part of an effort to assess the value of nature.
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Zebra mussels are an invasive species in the U.S. and many other countries. Attempts to control them have proven futile. They’re apparently here to stay for a while, but what use are they? One innovative Lake Michigan resident has an idea – use them to make beaches.
NOAA released their annual report this week, which shows that U.S. fisheries are improving.
The Alberta Tar Sands Project is in the U.S. news a lot these days. As a U.S. citizen, I’m usually focused on the potential effects of the Keystone XL pipeline contaminating aquifers and soil. This TEDx video shows the effects on Canada. The Alberta Tar Sands is basically just a huge strip mine that goes on as far as the eye can see.
These five books are a great place to start to learn more about the water crisis, water conservation methods, and ways to help those in need.
Living with Water is a five weekend series focusing on flooding along the Red River in North Dakota.
Governor Tom Corbett announced yesterday that the state of Pennsylvania is investing $98 million in water infrastructure projects.
What is the real cost of flying? Between the plastic baggies, plastic travel size bottles of sundries, and bottled water (more plastic, which often ends up in the oceans and on our beaches), how much is this costing us as individuals?
China recently announced a plan to invest $10 billion to divert water to the country’s cities. This is on top of $22 billion already spent. But are these water diversion projects a good idea?
A sinkhole in Allentown, Pennsylvania opened up in the last week of December, taking several houses with it and exposing a broken water main. Experts are undecided as to whether the cavern broke the water main or if the water main broke and caused the sinkhole.
Scientists at New Mexico State University have developed several strains of drought tolerant alfalfa.
Four California water facilities have gone solar and are saving money.