‘Monster Fracks’ Are Getting Far Bigger. And Far Thirstier.
Courtesy of The New York Times, a report on the giant new oil and gas wells that require astonishing volumes [...]
France’s Water War Has No End in Sight
Via Foreign Policy, a report on how – as France’s water reserves run low – tensions are running high: As [...]
The Roots of the Global Water Crisis
Via Project Syndicate, commentary on how every country in the world faces water-related challenges – underscoring our collective dependence on [...]
Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan Resume Nile Dam Talks
Via Terra Daily, a report on resumed GERD negotiations: Ethiopia said Saturday it had begun a second round of talks [...]
China Builds Reach By Backing Middle East Water Projects
Via Al Monitor, a look at how – in its latest financial deal – China has agreed to provide a new [...]
Saltwater in the Mississippi Threatens Water Supply in New Orleans
Courtesy of The New York Times, a report on how wxtreme heat and low rainfall in the Midwest this summer [...]

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