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Innovative US Bill Tackles Climate Change, Local Pollution and Economic Inequality

  • Climate
  • environmental justice
  • pollution
  • climate policy
Smoke coming out of a factory on a cloudy day.
  • Climate
  • environmental justice
  • pollution
  • climate policy

Electrifying the US School Bus Fleet: How to Put Children First in the Zero-emission Transition

  • electric grid
  • transportation
  • U.S. policy
  • pollution
An electric school bus waiting in a parking lot.
  • electric grid
  • transportation
  • U.S. policy
  • pollution

12 Reasons Climate Action Is Good for the United States Economy

  • Economics
  • climate change
  • pollution
  • renewable energy
  • United States
Solar installation is one of the main clean energy jobs of the future. Photo by Green Energy Futures/Flickr.
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • pollution
  • renewable energy
  • United States
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Climate Change Is Hurting Africa’s Water Sector, but Investing in Water Can Pay Off

  • Climate Resilience
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • The $26 Trillion Opportunity
  • Water Security
  • natural infrastructure
  • water risk
Improving water management in African countries can improve climate resilience. Here, Waretu Abera, Head of Ethiopia's Water Land Resource Centre, stands by a stream. Photo by Panos Pictures/Food and Land Use Coalition.
  • Climate Resilience
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • The $26 Trillion Opportunity
  • Water Security
  • natural infrastructure
  • water risk
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How Does a Flood-prone City Run Out of Water? Inside Chennai’s “Day Zero” Crisis

  • Water
  • Cities
  • Aqueduct
  • floods
  • Water Security
  • Urban Development
  • water risk
Chennai
  • Water
  • Cities
  • Aqueduct
  • floods
  • Water Security
  • Urban Development
  • water risk
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Water Stress Threatens Nearly Half the World’s Thermal Power Plant Capacity

  • Energy
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • fossil fuels
  • water risk
Kolubara A thermal power plant in Serbia.
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • fossil fuels
  • water risk
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Global Carbon Pollution Reaches Highest Levels Yet, New Report Shows

  • GHG emissions
  • emissions
  • pollution
Coal-fired power plant near Becker, Minnesota
  • GHG emissions
  • emissions
  • pollution

Timeline: Trump’s 100 Days of Rollbacks to Climate Action

  • U.S. policy
  • climate change
  • pollution
  • renewable energy
Donald Trump
  • U.S. policy
  • climate change
  • pollution
  • renewable energy
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What Are the Environmental Costs of Valentine’s Day Flowers?

  • Forests
  • Water
  • Business
  • Aqueduct
  • agriculture
  • climate change
  • pollution
  • water risk
Roses bought for Valentine's Day.
  • Forests
  • Water
  • Business
  • Aqueduct
  • agriculture
  • climate change
  • pollution
  • water risk

The Clean Power Plan: What’s Water Got To Do With It?

  • U.S. Climate
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • climate policy
  • Climate
  • climate change
  • Energy
  • water risk
When it comes to water and fracturing, it’s all about location and time. Photo by Simon Fraser University/Flickr.
  • U.S. Climate
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • climate policy
  • Climate
  • climate change
  • Energy
  • water risk
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Ranking the World’s Most Water-Stressed Countries in 2040

  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • data
  • climate change
  • water risk
14 of the 33 likely most water stressed countries in 2040 are in the Middle East. (Dubai, UAE) Photo by Jason Mrachina/Flickr.
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • data
  • climate change
  • water risk
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Win-win: Reducing Water Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in China’s Power Sector

  • Energy
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • Climate
  • GHG emissions
China’s power sector is the nation’s largest source of greenhouse gas emissions and its biggest industrial water user. To meet increasing energy demand, the country may double its installed generation capacity by 2030. Photo by Asian Development Bank/Flickr.
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • Climate
  • GHG emissions
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World’s 15 Countries with the Most People Exposed to River Floods

  • Water
  • Economics
  • Aqueduct
  • floods
  • climate change
  • mapping
  • rivers
  • water risk
Citizens flee floods in Sri Lanka. Photo by trokilinochchi/Wikimedia Commons.
  • Water
  • Economics
  • Aqueduct
  • floods
  • climate change
  • mapping
  • rivers
  • water risk

5 Ways Missouri Can Meet EPA’s Proposed Power Plant Standards

  • Energy
  • U.S. policy
  • pollution
  • power plants
  • renewable energy
  • United States
EPA’s Clean Power Plan offers broad flexibility in how states can comply with their standards. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons
  • Energy
  • U.S. policy
  • pollution
  • power plants
  • renewable energy
  • United States

3 Reasons Why the EPA Should Do More to Reduce Carbon Pollution from Power Plants

  • Energy
  • GHG emissions
  • emissions
  • U.S. policy
  • pollution
  • power plants
  • United States
U.S. power plants emit more carbon pollution than all but four countries, and they’re responsible for a full one-third of national emissions.
  • Energy
  • GHG emissions
  • emissions
  • U.S. policy
  • pollution
  • power plants
  • United States

Latin American Experts Need Good Data to Plan for Water Stress and a Changing Climate

  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • agriculture
  • climate change
  • water risk
Dry conditions have already cut into Brazil’s grain and coffee production. Photo credit: Nelo Mijangos/Flickr
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • agriculture
  • climate change
  • water risk
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China’s “New Long March” through the UN Climate Summit: Context and Opportunities

  • International Climate Action
  • climate change
  • international climate policy
  • pollution
Traffic in Beijing. Photo credit: Li Lou, World Bank
  • International Climate Action
  • climate change
  • international climate policy
  • pollution

Shale Energy Potential Depends on Water Supply

  • Energy
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • fossil fuels
  • water risk
Shale development site, Australia. Photo Credit: John Amos/Flickr
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • fossil fuels
  • water risk

A Tale of 3 Countries: Water Risks to Global Shale Development

  • Energy
  • Water
  • Business
  • Aqueduct
  • fossil fuels
  • water risk
Shale gas drilling site in Pennsylvania. Photo Credit: Nicholas Tonelli/Flickr
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Business
  • Aqueduct
  • fossil fuels
  • water risk
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40 Percent of Countries with Largest Shale Energy Resources Face Water Stress

  • Energy
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • Climate
  • fossil fuels
  • water risk
Shale-energy production is vulnerable wherever surface or groundwater is limited. As water demands increase, other water users like farms and homes around these plays face higher competition for water. Photo Credit: Justin Woolford/Flickr
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Aqueduct
  • Climate
  • fossil fuels
  • water risk

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