Color of Water Stories
Promoting access to nature for underserved communities can improve quality of life while bolstering biodiversity and fighting climate change, according to a new report from
Collaboration is necessary to effectively manage stormwater, according to speakers at this year’s Louisiana Smart Growth Summit. That means officials need to work across jurisdictional
The Water Hub, an organization centered on water justice, led a briefing with a team of panelists to share local solutions as the Colorado River
Edge of Extinction – As Delta Tunnel plans move forward, CDFW midwater trawl survey reports ZERO Delta smelt in November
For the sixth November in a row, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife has caught zero Delta smelt during its Fall Midwater Trawl Survey
Infrastructure Law Raises Hopes of Alaskan Tribal Villages Without Running Water. But Will the Effort Fall Short? – Public Health Watch – Public Health Watch
The federal Infrastructure Law set aside funds to improve clean-water delivery systems for Alaska’s rural tribal communities. But barriers loom, from construction challenges to lack
Salting the roads in the winter can have a negative impact on the environment by decreasing water quality, which leads to permanent contamination of waterways.
Ellicott City got much of the attention for flooding in recent years, while Black communities in Southwest Baltimore were left to fend largely for themselves.
Water costs fell 75 percent where pipeline infrastructure replaced truck transport to… [from Houston Chronicle]
The Biden administration has committed $250 million for projects to control dust and restore habitat around the shrinking Salton Sea. [from Los Angeles Times]