Jordan Plans Multi-Billion Dollar Aqaba to Amman Desalination Project Amid Water Crisis
Via The National News, an article on Jordan’s plans to build a multi-billion dollar Aqaba to Amman desalination project amid its [...]
The U.S. Needs Minerals for Green Tech: Will Western Mines have Enough Water?
Via NPR’s OPB, a look at whether the U.S. has enough water for planned green tech mineral mines in the [...]
Is Groundwater Trading The Future of California Water?
Courtesy of Fresnoland, an article looking at how – with risks to small farmers – new groundwater markets could make [...]
The Parched Tiger: Water-Sharing Protests Disrupt India’s Tech Hub of Bengaluru
Via Reuters, a report on water-sharing protests which have disrupted India’s tech hub of Bengaluru: Police detained protesters on Tuesday [...]
Colorado River Growers Say They’re Ready To Save Water
Via NPR’s KUNC, a report that Colorado River growers say they’re ready to save water, but need to build trust with [...]
Can India and Pakistan’s Historic Water Pact Endure?
Via F0reign Policy, an article on the Indus Waters Treaty – which was created to avoid conflict – but, to [...]

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