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Top Water Blogs | wrrc.arizona.edu

Posted by britneyg 239 days ago in Miscellaneous from https://wrrc.arizona.edu

Want to know the latest breaking news in water issues? Then check out these 30 best water conservation blogs as published by Online- Degree.net, a resource for online degree schools and programs ... Read More

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World's shrinking groundwater needs better governance

Posted by britneyg 239 days ago in Hydrogeology from http://phys.org

An eminent Australian water scientist has urged the world to take better care of its groundwater resources – or risk dangerous scarcities, economic impacts and potential conflicts in coming decades.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-12-world-groundwater.html#jCp ... Read More

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Rising energy demands could see the energy sector's water footprint increase by 66%

Posted by Kaveh 158 days ago in Planning and Management from http://ec.europa.eu

Increases in global energy requirements could lead to a rise in the energy sector's water footprint of up to 66% in the next 20 years, new research suggests. As part of a sustainable future, any energy mix must enable a reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. However, some renewable sources, such as biofuels and large-scale hydropower, have large water footprints, a factor which must also be ... Read More

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World Bank looks to reduce water usage in energy consumption | The National

Posted by aqua 221 days ago in Planning and Management from http://www.thenational.ae

The World Bank has used Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week to unveil an initiative aiming to tackle the water footprint of energy generation.

Thirsty Energy was formally launched on Wednesday at the joint closing ceremony of the World Future Energy Summit and the International Water Summit, which are part of Sustainability Week.

William Rex, lead water resources specialist at the bank, said the ... Read More

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Iran's biggest threat is a continuous waste of remaining water resources

Posted by misspersian 221 days ago in Planning and Management from http://www.azernews.az

Currently, Iran is facing several economic problems such as a high rate of inflation, unemployment as well as stagnation which officials used to link to foreign factors such as western imposed sanctions. However, there is another problem which has very little to do with outside forces. It is the threat of losing any remaining water resources.
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California Water Map (Thirst Edition)

Posted by aqua 210 days ago in Planning and Management from http://californiawaterblog.files.wordpress.com

There’s only so many acre-feet of water jargon the public can absorb during a drought. Here’s a primer that avoids wading into cubic-feet-per-second, appropriative water rights, overdraft, conjunctive water use and the like. ... Read More

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Climate Change Could be Worse than Anyone Thought  |  The Latest News  |  Climate Change: Impacts and Responses

Posted by rdavtalab 219 days ago in Miscellaneous from http://on-climate.com

Expressed in the language of science, the paper does not generate a feeling of great alarm: “Equilibrium climate sensitivity refers to the ultimate change in global mean temperature in response to a change in external forcing.
“Despite decades of research attempting to narrow uncertainties, equilibrium climate sensitivity estimates from climate models still span roughly 1.5 to five degrees Celsi ... Read More

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Hong Kong cannot afford the false luxury of wasting water

Posted by aqua 221 days ago in Planning and Management from http://www.scmp.com

In his policy address last week, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying made it clear that "Hong Kong needs sustained economic growth to address issues such as poverty, housing, an ageing society, environmental protection and the upward mobility of our young people". Sound familiar? Yes, it is an elaboration of Deng Xiaoping's famous saying, "Development is an absolute principle".

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