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20 States Suffer From Toxic Algae, And We're Doing Little To Stop It
We have the resources, but Big Ag is dragging its feet.
Why toxic algae blooms like Florida's are so dangerous to people and wildlife
The Conversation US
Views from experts in academia, providing fact-based analysis ...
While the fundamental causes of coastal algal blooms are well understood, there is considerable uncertainty about the details
Great Lakes, Amazing Connections: The Power of Cooperation in Policymaking
Executive Vice President, John G. Shedd Aquarium
The Great Lakes connect more than 40 million people who live in the region through shared coastlines and drinking water, a trillion-dollar economy, and governmental partnerships.
Seaweed Might Have The Power To Make The Oceans Less Acidic
Rising levels of carbon dioxide are not only altering the global climate, but also changing ocean chemistry. A quarter of
The 10 Most Important Water Stories in 2014
Peter H. Gleick
, Guest Writer
California's multi-year drought grew dire enough in 2014 to prompt Governor Jerry Brown to declare a drought emergency in January. By the end of the year, California had experienced the driest and hottest 36 months in its 119-year instrumental record.
It's a Long Way From Texas to Toledo
The Republic of Awesome
Lead by the American Farm Bureau Federation, the U.S. agriculture lobby has relentlessly pushed back against new Environmental Protection Agency proposed rules for improving U.S. water quality.
Massive Red Tide Off Florida Coast Is 90 Miles Long And Totally Gross
NBC also reported that a 2013 red tide killed 273 endangered manatees. The manatees ate the toxic algae when it got too close
Toledo's Water Ban Exposes Testing Inconsistencies, Need For Phosphorus Regulation
Algae from Lake Erie washes ashore at Maumee Bay State Park August 4, 2014 in Oregon, Ohio. Toledo, Ohio-area residents were
Can Long Island Be Saved, Part VI: An Interview With Professor Christopher Gobler
Marshall W. Brown
President, Save The Great South Bay
If Long Island does manage to resolve its water issues and become a sustainable place to live, it will be in part because Prof. Christopher Gobler and his team were able to diagnose the causes of our ground water pollution.
San Francisco Bay Water Clarity Improvments Leading To Threatening Algae Blooms
"It's a very slow-moving process,” Wrenn said of the San Francisco Bay’s escalating problem. “But I think a lot of the treatment
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Climate Scientists: CO2 Cuts Aren't Working, It's Time For 'Plan B'
An emergency "Plan B" using the latest technology is needed to save the world from dangerous climate change, according to
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