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Water in the news

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Here are some of the latest news headlines about water and environmental sustainability.

China warns of ‘urgent problems’ facing Three Gorges dam : “Risk of geological disaster, state cabinet admits, as project is linked to soil erosion, quakes, drought and social upheaval.”

This is a little hokey but you have to give the guy credit for coming up with a  creative way to shed light on the fracking phenomenon that is proving detrimental to our water supply.

A link between climate change and Joplin tornadoes? Never!: Prominent environmental activist Bill McKibben sardonically gives his opinion of the connection between recent tornadoes and global climate disruption.

 

Hauling Icebergs to Slake the Earth’s Thirst: This project doesn’t seem like it’s going to go very far but it would be interesting to see if they could successfully haul an iceberg across the ocean.

 

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