A traditional Marsh Arab home, built in the same style used by the ancient Sumerians. It floats atop the Mesopotamian Marshes. Photo by Erica Gies.

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Restoring Iraq’s Garden of Eden

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Northern Cyprus Sees Hope in Water Pipeline

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Private Funding Brings a Boom in Hydropower, With High Costs

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Heading Off Negative Impacts of Dam Projects

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Water Adds New Constraints to Power

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Turning to Water Conservation to Save Energy

The giant water lily, Victoria amazonica, can hold the weight of a child and is the national flower of Guyana. The flower blooms white, attracts gold beetles that night for a big party inside, and turns intense pink the next day. Photo by Erica Gies.

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Guyana Offers a Model to Save Rain Forest

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A Clash Over Mining and Water

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Ethanol Boom Creates Environmental Impact

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Rich in Coal, a Tribe Struggles to Overcome Poverty

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Holding On to What Was in the Andamans

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Advocate Helps Track Polluters on Supply Chain

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Nestlé’s Thirst for Water Splits Small U.S. Town

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Bottled Water Industry Triggers Strong Reactions

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Doing More While Using Less Power

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Waste-to-Energy Plants a Waste of Energy

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Potential Grows for Biomass Energy

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The Challenge of Storing Energy on a Large Scale

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Making the Consumer an Active Participant in the Grid

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Bioplastics: The Challenge of Viability

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