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CEOs can tackle climate change and build a net-zero economy
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CEOs can tackle climate change and build a net-zero economy

Mitigating climate change by 2030 requires public-private collaboration. Here are three ways companies can use their influence to help achieve ambitious net-zero targets.
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.
floating homes Netherlands overpopulation
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Floating Netherlands village could tackle city density challenges

Floating homes could be the Netherland's answer to communities struggling with climate change and overpopulation.
Minnesota pipeline opponents file federal lawsuit to halt construction
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Minnesota pipeline opponents file federal lawsuit to halt construction

Two Minnesota Ojibwe communities and two environmental organizations filed a lawsuit against the Line 3 oil pipeline in order to halt construction in that state.

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.

What the Biden administration might mean for water
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What the Biden administration might mean for water

What does a Biden administration might mean for federal water policy?
Will water unite us?
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Will water unite us?

Water enjoys support that crosses political parties. Will it be a source of bipartisan collaboration in a time of divided politics?

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