Farms, Food Producers Taking Strides to Save Water – and the climate. | Water Deeply

Farming and food production use most of the world’s water and produce 13 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. A number of major growers and processors are taking steps to reduce those impacts, writes Ceres’ Kirsten James. Source: Farms, Food Producers Taking Strides to Save Water – and the — Water Deeply
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Opinion: Our View: We believe our flood control agency should take up work of repairing levee | appeal-democrat.com

Good for Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency officials for pushing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the issue of restoring a damaged portion of levee important to our overall safety. Source: Our View: We believe our flood control agency should take up work of repairing levee | Opinion | appeal-democrat.com
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Painters sentenced for dumping lead paint into San Diego storm drain system | The San Diego Union-Tribune

The CEO and two employees of a Riverside County-based painting company were sentenced after pleading guilty to contaminating San Diego’s storm water system by power-washing painted curbs and allowing toxic lead paint chips to flow into storm drains, City Attorney Mara Elliott announced Friday. Source: Painters sentenced for dumping lead paint into San Diego storm […]
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People Around The Country Are Pushing For More Information About Drinking Water | NPR

Communities around the country are grappling with a new kind of chemical pollution in their drinking water. The science and regulation around it aren’t settled, leaving some people frustrated and in limbo. Source: People Around The Country Are Pushing For More Information About Drinking Water : NPR
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Will a Landslide on the Eel River Cause California’s Next Dam | Water Deeply

An historic landslide looms above Scott Dam, owned by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. The utility is trying to sell off the dam without acknowledging the danger posed by this geologic threat and a nearby earthquake fault. Source: Will a Landslide on the Eel River Cause California’s Next Dam — Water Deeply
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