Water Blogs We Love

Drought in California, among other items, has topped news headlines and made water a major national issue. The fact is that water has always been central to our lives. But don't take our word for it! Here are our top picks for the best blogs, news outlets and thinkers on the subject of water.

Energy and Water Team Up at This Year's World Water Week

It's World Water Week and we're happy to report that this year's theme is "Water and Energy." Have a look at our curated list of recent posts that help to illustrate just a few examples of how water and energy are connected, and what that means for all of us.

Years of Living Dangerously Recap: Episode 8, A Dangerous Future

Matt Damon examines heat waves, whose frequency and deadly impacts are expected to keep rising. Thomas Friedman brings us to Yemen where bone-dry villages engage in deadly life-and-death struggles for water. Michael C. Hall heads to Bangladesh, where millions are destined to lose their land as sea levels rise. It's a powerful episode of Years of Living Dangerously.

Radioactive Fracking Wastewater is Hot, Hot, Hot

A Duke University study detected high levels of radioactive elements in a Pennsylvania stream where fracking wastewater is released from a treatment facility, while another shows 280 billion gallons of wastewater produced in 2012. The question: With all this fracking, what do we do with its toxic wastewater?

Quake's Up? Fracking the Ocean and California's Central Valley

Should The Golden State allow fracking offshore in the Pacific and atop the Monterey Shale? Impacts are being felt from the Central Valley to Los Angeles; given the earthquakes triggered by injection wells in less seismically active places, there remain concerns about doing so next door to the San Andreas Fault.

Fracking vs. Ice Cream: The Guar Gum Connection (UPDATED)

UPDATE: For many Indian farmers their fantastic ride with all-in guar production came to a jarring halt and carried with it financial ruin. This is just another stop in the uncertain world of fossil fuel extraction, one whose economic model is based on the old "boom-bust."

Wenonah Hauter: 'It’s Time to Ask for What We Want'

At July’s Stop the Frack Attack in Washington, we met with Wenonah Hauter of Food & Water Watch to get her take on fracking and farming, whether natural gas is actually a bridge fuel and what will happen if Governor Andrew Cuomo approves hydraulic fracturing in New York State.

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