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An environmentalist's calculated push toward Brazil's presidency - Reuters

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Reuters

An environmentalist's calculated push toward Brazil's presidency
Reuters
The project, a still-ongoing effort to reroute water from one of Brazil's biggest rivers, had previously been opposed by environmentalists, including Silva herself. Rather than explain how she would thwart the plan, however, the former activist said ...

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Celebrate Energy Action Month at Hawaiian Electric's 2014 Clean Energy Fair - Hawaii News Now

Google: Science Water - 7 hours 22 min ago

Celebrate Energy Action Month at Hawaiian Electric's 2014 Clean Energy Fair
Hawaii News Now
... Waipuna and Electric Ed of Mad Science Hawai'i. The Clean Energy Fair brings together organizations and businesses involved in resource conservation, energy efficiency and clean energy initiatives. ... The festivities will open with a performance ...

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Fabien Cousteau details ocean adventures - The Courier-Journal

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 17:44

The Courier-Journal

Fabien Cousteau details ocean adventures
The Courier-Journal
In a two-hour presentation that focused on his fascination with the ocean and its inhabitants, Cousteau capped a day of speakers who also zeroed in on water pollution, scarcity and conservation. ... Cousteau used photos and videos to take the audience ...

Fabien Cousteau details ocean adventures, conservation - The Courier-Journal

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 17:44

The Courier-Journal

Fabien Cousteau details ocean adventures, conservation
The Courier-Journal
In a two-hour presentation that focused on his fascination with the ocean and its inhabitants, Cousteau capped a day of speakers who also zeroed in on water pollution, scarcity and conservation. ... Cousteau used photos and videos to take the audience ...

California's 'Water Year' Ends as Third Driest on Record - KQED (blog)

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 16:35

KQED (blog)

California's 'Water Year' Ends as Third Driest on Record
KQED (blog)
“The immediate certainty is that day-to-day conservation — wise, sparing use of water — is essential as we face the possibility of a fourth dry winter,” DWR director Mark Cowin said in a release. The web is rife with water-saving tips, including the ...
California ends one of driest-ever water yearsSFGate

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California's 'Water Year' Ends as Third Driest on Record - KQED (blog)

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 16:35

KQED (blog)

California's 'Water Year' Ends as Third Driest on Record
KQED (blog)
“The immediate certainty is that day-to-day conservation — wise, sparing use of water — is essential as we face the possibility of a fourth dry winter,” DWR director Mark Cowin said in a release. The web is rife with water-saving tips, including the ...
California ends one of driest-ever water yearsSFGate

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Draft water rules tied to fish consumption out - seattlepi.com

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 16:15

Draft water rules tied to fish consumption out
seattlepi.com
SEATTLE (AP) — The state Department of Ecology on Tuesday released a draft rule that updates contentious water quality standards partly tied to how much fish people eat. Under the federal Clean Water Act, rivers and other water bodies must be clean ...

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Over Half of Earth's Wildlife Has Been Killed in the Past 40 Years - VICE News

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 16:05

CNN

Over Half of Earth's Wildlife Has Been Killed in the Past 40 Years
VICE News
Carbon dioxide emissions, agricultural pollution, and stress on water supplies, the group adds, are leading to potentially irreversible changes to the environment, driven primarily by demands for energy and consumer goods in rich, industrialized ...
Half Earth's Animals Have Gone Since 1970sForbes
WWF report: Global wildlife populations down by half since 1970MSN Canada
WWF: Global Wildlife Populations Down by Half Since 1970Voice of America
Daily Sabah -AlterNet
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Over Half of Earth's Wildlife Has Been Killed in the Past 40 Years - VICE News

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 16:05

Christian Science Monitor

Over Half of Earth's Wildlife Has Been Killed in the Past 40 Years
VICE News
Carbon dioxide emissions, agricultural pollution, and stress on water supplies, the group adds, are leading to potentially irreversible changes to the environment, driven primarily by demands for energy and consumer goods in rich, industrialized ...
Half Earth's Animals Have Gone Since 1970sForbes
WWF: Global Wildlife Populations Down by Half Since 1970Voice of America
Human Exploitation Reduces 52% Of Wildlife Population In 40 YearsInternational Business Times AU
Baltimore Sun (blog) -Reuters
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Fabien Cousteau details ocean adventures, conservation - The Courier-Journal

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 15:30

The Courier-Journal

Fabien Cousteau details ocean adventures, conservation
The Courier-Journal
In a two-hour presentation that focused on his fascination with the ocean and its inhabitants, Cousteau capped a day of speakers who also zeroed in on water pollution, scarcity and conservation. ... Cousteau used photos and videos to take the audience ...

EPA settles with Idaho construction company and developer for Boise stormwater violations

U.S. EPA Water News - September 30, 2014 - 14:56
(Seattle – Sept. 30, 2014) Jayo Development, Inc., a residential developer, and Jayo Construction, Inc., both based in Boise, Idaho, have reached a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over alleged storm water violations at the Somerset Village Subdivision in Boise. As part of this settlement, the Jayo entities agreed to pay a penalty of $14,100

It's All In The Fracking Regulations - Forbes

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 13:53

It's All In The Fracking Regulations
Forbes
To some extent, reservations about fracking are warranted in that the concerns center around water. We need water to survive. So, even a proponent of fracking like me gets the concern. This month several studies aimed directly at those concerns focus ...

It's All In The Fracking Regulations - Forbes

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 13:53

It's All In The Fracking Regulations
Forbes
To some extent, reservations about fracking are warranted in that the concerns center around water. We need water to survive. So, even a proponent of fracking like me gets the concern. This month several studies aimed directly at those concerns focus ...

Aw, Frack! - Forbes

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 13:53

Aw, Frack!
Forbes
To some extent, reservations about fracking are warranted in that the concerns center around water. We need water to survive. So, even a proponent of fracking like me gets the concern. This month several studies aimed directly at those concerns focus ...

US-India Joint Statement - Whitehouse.gov (press release)

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 13:28

Indian Express

US-India Joint Statement
Whitehouse.gov (press release)
USAID, through the Urban India Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Alliance, will serve as knowledge partner to help leverage private and civil society innovation, expertise, and technology, such as with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to ...
U.S.-India Joint Statement, September 30, 2014eNews Park Forest

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As Sandy Anniversary Approaches, EPA Highlights Importance of Wetlands in Protecting Against Severe Storms

U.S. EPA Water News - September 30, 2014 - 12:31
(New York, NY) TOMORROW, October 1, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regional Administrator Judith A. Enck will join Marc Matsil of the Trust for Public Land and Richard Nicotra of the Nicotra Group to highlight the importance of wetlands in protecting communities from the dangers of severe storms such as Hurricane Sandy. The event will take place at the Staten Island Hilton, overlooking the Old Place Creek Tidal Wetlands Area

EPA Region 7 Administrator, Brody Middle School Students to Increase Awareness of Water Quality Oct. 3 in Des Moines, Iowa

U.S. EPA Water News - September 30, 2014 - 11:50
Environmental News NEWS MEDIA ADVISORY (Lenexa, Kan., Sept. 30, 2014) - EPA Region 7 Administrator Karl Brooks will be in Des Moines, Iowa, on Friday, Oct. 3, to visit with Brody Middle School seventh grade students about EPA’s role in protecting water quality. Brooks’ visit will include a role-play exercise featuring six groups of students representing EPA, scientists, farmers, concerned citizens, Des Moines Water Works, and non-profits

New River Middle School, shark attack victim unveil new logo - Local 10

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 11:14

New River Middle School, shark attack victim unveil new logo
Local 10
VAUGHN WILL TAKE A SHARK TANG FIELD TRIP WITH THESE STUDENTS IN NOVEMBER BUT HER LESSON TO TODAY'S PACKED AUDITORIUM, CONVINCE KIDS IN A MARINE SCIENCE NAG NET PROGRAM TO DIVE PAST THEIR OWN FEARS OF THE DEEP. I LEARNED THAT YOU ... in Fort Lauderdale ...

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New River Middle School, shark attack victim unveil new logo - Local 10

Google: Science Water - September 30, 2014 - 11:14

New River Middle School, shark attack victim unveil new logo
Local 10
... in Fort Lauderdale in June. Vaughn is still healing, but is now hooked on shark conservation. ... Vaughn says she goes into the water regularly, and has swam at the place where she was bitten. Her next adventure? Tagging sharks for education and ...

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Surf City Resident and Captain of “The Raven” Pleads Guilty to Violating the Clean Water Act and the Rivers and Harbors Act

U.S. EPA Water News - September 30, 2014 - 10:28
ATLANTA – United States Attorney Thomas G. Walker announced yesterday in federal court, before Senior United States District Judge James C. Fox, that David Wayne Luther, 63, of Surf City, North Carolina, entered a guilty plea to violating the Clean Water Act and the Rivers and Harbors Act. According to information in the public record, on July 29, 2012, officers with the North Carolina Marine Patrol responded to a complaint of dredging in waters near Surf City, North Carolina
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