All posts tagged "Drinking Water"
Flint to Replace 18,000 Water Lines, Michigan Agrees to Pay $97 Million
Water Instability in the United States: Can Anything be Done?
The problem exists beyond Flint, Michigan.
How Has the Nation Responded to Flint’s Cries for Help?
Even celebrities are willing to lend a hand.
Biomonitoring: A New Way to Look at Health Policy
Biomonitoring provides a new way to determine how our environments affect health.
The Challenges of Water Management and Consumption
Managing the water supply has become an increasingly difficult problem for countries, but maybe not for the reasons...
Lake Erie Algae Bloom Raises Questions on Water Policy
Toledo and New York City both face multiple and similar challenges to their drinking water supplies: urban drinking...
It’s Time to Shut Down New York’s Indian Point Nuclear Plant
Nuclear reactors are notorious for their cooling systems; the Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and Fukushima meltdowns all occurred...