Private companies helped ruin Jackson’s water
As Mississippi considers privatizing Jackson’s water, parts of the city system already run by private companies have been left in ruins.
A next-level water crisis: Colorado River Basin faces Tier 2 restrictions
The unprecedented move arrives as southwestern states wrangle over how to cut water use.
Grave concerns raised as Japan announces release of radioactive water into the sea
JAPAN has come under fire after its government announced today that it would release more than a million metric tonnes of radioactive water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean.
How the U.S. occupied the 30% of Syria containing most of its oil, water and gas
While gaining control of key resources for partitioning Syria and destabilizing the government in Damascus, the U.S.’ main goal in occupying the oil and water rich northeastern Syria is aimed not at Syria but at Iran.