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4 Reasons Water Advocates Should Join the People's Climate March September 21st
Environment  (tags: climate-change, mega droughts, globalwarming, People's Climate March, water scarcity, habitat, ecosystems, water, research, Colorado River Basin, fracking, South West USpollution, protection )

Rodney
- 3 hours ago - readersupportednews.org
For several decades scientists have known and studied historic 'megadroughts' in the Southwest U.S. and Colorado River basin, but not until last week did a scientific paper directly connect potential future megadroughts to climate change
How Can We Use Water More Efficiently? Look to the Energy Sector
Environment  (tags: world, water, Sustainabililty, science, humans, oceans, environment, conservation, energy, distribution, consumption )

Darren
- 5 hours ago - edf.org
The world as we knew it, a world where we built seemingly permanent models for energy and water distribution and consumption, is no more.
Tell Barack Obama and John Kerry: Reject Enbridge's Illegal Tar Sands Pipeline Scheme
Environment  (tags: pollution, protection, water, climate, climate-change, animals, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, endangered, energy, environmental disaster, globalwarming, green, habitat, habitatdestruction, humans, nature, pipeline, wildlife )

Sara
- 5 hours ago - act.credoaction.com
Enbridge is responsible for the Kalamazoo tar sands disaster, the largest inland oil-spill in U.S. history.Now is the time to raise our voices against the State Department's approval of Enbridge's dangerous and illegal tar sands pipeline expansion scheme.
ACTIVISM: South Africa: Swimming the Seven Seas to Save the World's Oceans
Environment  (tags: protection, oceans, humans, activism, activismenvironment, habitat, environment, conservation, ecosystems, water, world )

Cal
- 8 hours ago - allafrica.com
Lewis Pugh, ocean advocate and endurance swimmer, set out on Thursday to become the first person to undertake a long-distance swim in each of the classical Seven Seas, in a bid to highlight the need for protected areas in oceans around the world.
7 Reasons to Claim Water for Life, Not for Coal
Environment  (tags: world, water, drought, conservation, destruction, environment, coal, consumption, power plants )

Darren
- 9 hours ago - greenpeace.org
Safe, affordable and accessible water is one of our planet's scarcest natural resources. Many people don't have access to fresh water for sanitation, agriculture, or even to drink. Yet, global water consumption by the power sector is growing. . .
Continue to Oppose Oil Production in Ecuador's Yasuni Rainforests
Environment  (tags: conservation, destruction, ecosystems, endangered, environment, forests, green, habitat, habitatdestruction, humans, nature, pollution, protection, Sustainabililty, trees, water, wildlife )

Sara
- 1 day ago - forests.org
Join in EcoInternet's over decade-long campaign to keep Yanuni National Park ecologically intact and road free.
NY Communities Triumph Over Fracking Industry In Precedent-Setting Case
Environment  (tags: water, Sustainabililty, healthconditions, habitat, pollution )

John
- 1 day ago - earthjustice.org
As NY high court rules towns can zone out oil and gas operations, trend spreads to other states It is clear that people, not corporations, have the right to decide how their community develops," said Dryden Deputy Supervisor Jason Leifer.
Coral Damage Goes Deeper in Gulf of Mexico`s Oil Spill Zone
Environment  (tags: water, ecosystems, destruction, Corexit 9500, habitatdestruction, oceans )

John
- 1 day ago - nbcnews.com
multiple coral communities, up to 22 kilometers from the spill site and at depths over 1,800 meters, were impacted by the spill
Large 'Dead Zone' Signals Continued Problems For The Chesapeake Bay (the Day of the Deadly Zones!)
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, destruction, conservation, habitat, pollution, protection, nature, oceans, water, world, environment, endangered )

Wild
- 1 day ago - washingtonpost.com
It began forming in May, when heavy spring rains loaded the rivers and creeks with fertilizer washed from farms and suburban lawns. It grew rapidly over the summer, as a broth of chemicals, animal waste and microbes simmered in the warm, slow-moving water
   

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