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Alberta asks public for consultations on fracking and water use

Edmonton - In a surprising move, Environment Minister Diana McQueen announced that the Alberta government would engage the public in consultations (February 19 - March 21) province-wide on the controversial hydraulic fracking practice and water use in Alberta.

Op-Ed: With sea levels rising rapidly, tough decisions for humanity

If a recent scientific study is correct on the human-induced impact on arctic ice melt and sea level rise, humanity is facing two grim choices - expensive urban planning options or managing our core overpopulation problem.

Western US water availability projections look bleak

Washington - Projections for water resources in the western US during the 21st century show major changes on the way, as increased temperatures and decreased snowpack, precipitation and stream flow will lead to risks of water availability for humans dependent on it.

Report: Growth in African cities outpacing water supplies

Cape Town - A new UN report shows populations in African cities, home to 400 million people, are growing at a faster rate than anywhere else in the world and are adding increasing pressure on the country’s drinking water supplies and sanitation services.

U.S. learning from Dutch in water management projects

In the wake of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, the U.S. federal government looks to Dutch water management systems as inspiration for future development.

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The Greenway Project along Sunset Blvd in San Francisco s Sunset/Parkside Districts will also includ...
The Greenway Project along Sunset Blvd in San Francisco's Sunset/Parkside Districts will also include a 'Learning Lab' that will be across the street from Saint Ignatius High School. This help educate the public about the importance of water management and water filtration and ecological sustainability.
Lily Madjus, Media Dept. SF Water/ SF PUC

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