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Iran: Water An Important Factor In Expansion of Ties with Afghanistan
Via Ariana News, a report that Iran says water is an important factor in expansion of ties with Afghanistan: Iran’s [...]
Mexico: 5 Dams Have Reached Zero Level, 23 Have Less Than 10 Percent
Via Mexico’s Milenio, a rather dire report on the status of Mexican dam levels: Of the 210 large dams in [...]
‘Complete and Absolute Despair’ for Texas Farmers Over Reductions In Shared Water Supply with Mexico
Via Fast Company, a report on how Mexico has only met 30% of its expected water delivery to Texas, due [...]
The Looming Climate and Water Crisis in the Middle East and North Africa
Via Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a look at the looming climate and water crisis in MENA: INTRODUCTION The Middle [...]
California Farming Area Placed on Probation over Declining Groundwater and Sinking Land
Via the Los Angeles Times, a report on California’s efforts to crack down on farmers’ excessive groundwater pumping: For the [...]
Texas Is Headed for a Water Problem
Via Newsweek, a report on Texas’ water challenge: National Weather Service (NWS) Climate Prediction Center meteorologists have issued a months-long [...]

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