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Water groups lauded a side agreement at the Paris climate conference. Then it languished
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Water groups lauded a side agreement at the Paris climate conference. Then it languished

The fate of the Paris Pact reveals the difficulties in incorporating water into global climate agreements.
Detroit flooding previews risks from a warming climate
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Detroit flooding previews risks from a warming climate

Urban infrastructure in many cities was not built for current and future climate pressures.
Five bright spots in the Mekong
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Five bright spots in the Mekong

Southeast Asia's main waterway faces substantial challenges. But these five developments could change the river's course.

The story of water in Texas
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The story of water in Texas

The story of water in Texas is the state’s devout allegiance to the principle that mankind has dominion over nature.
Dry land and rearing cattle

Dry land and rearing cattle

Prolonged dry periods can have a devastating effect on the herd, and thus the livelihood of many residents in Central and West Texas.

Colorado River Indian tribes take another step toward marketing valuable water in Arizona
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Colorado River Indian tribes take another step toward marketing valuable water in Arizona

The tribes unveiled draft legislation to allow their water to be leased to users in Arizona off the reservation or stored underground.

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