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With Floods and Droughts Increasing, Communities Take a New Look at Storing Water Underground

Groundwater recharge is the latest wave in water security – though challenges remain.

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The “One Water” Movement Is Helping the Environment and Saving Millions of Dollars

Solutions to floods, droughts, and pollution that look upstream, downstream and everywhere in between save dollars and make sense.

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Cities Are Finally Treating Water as a Resource, Not a Nuisance

From Houston to Melbourne, the surprising way urban areas are dealing with water woes

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Who Owns Groundwater?

California drought underscores the need to improve how the state – and the rest of us – divvy up a resource in demand.

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Are Massive Projects Really the Right Answer to Our Water Supply Woes?

Conservation and recycling can reduce the need for massive municipal water infrastructure.

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As Floods Increase, Cities Like Detroit Are Looking to Green Stormwater Infrastructure:

With climate change bringing more intense storms, urban areas are looking for better ways to manage runoff.

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Nitrates on Tap

As contamination worsens, an oft-ignored groundwater pollutant is drawing new attention – and solutions.

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Our Drinking Water Systems Are a Disaster. What Can We Do?

In the wake of the Flint crisis, communities turn to innovative technology and financing to prevent the next crisis.

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