Graphic: Stress on Great Lakes Water + Water RECAP

12 Water, Citizen-Centered, Earth Orientation, True Cost
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See Also:

“Fighting” the Mississippi River

George Abney: Emerging Desalination Technology

Graphic: Global Water Stress in 2050

Graphic: Water and Cites–Urban Shortages

Graphic: Water Aquifers (Groundwater)

Graphic: Water Distribution, Water Wars

Graphic: Water Footprint Across Your Day…

Graphic: Water Stress After Technology

Graphic: Water Stress & Biodiversity Threat

John Steiner: Global Fallout from Fukishima

John Steiner: Tar Sands Hearings Run by Contractor – Department of State Corrupt, EPA Barred from Engagement, Cheney Still Active

Josh Kilbourn: Injection Wells: The Poison Beneath Us

Koko: Boston Charles River Swimmable – 46 Year Goal, Last 20 Years a Blend of Citizen – Corporate – Government Intelligence with Integrity

Koko: Weak Assumptions on Nuclear, Levee Designs

Koko: Water on Earth vs. Galactic Water

Libya, Water, and War + RECAP

Mini-Me: Global Water Theft Planned by World Bank

Mini-Me: Wyoming Planning for US/Federal Collapse

NIGHTWATCH: China Leads Multinational Intelligence and Operations Initiative within Mekong River Basin

Owl: Frack Fluids Can Migrate to Aquifers Within Years

Owl: Gulag Wealth Fund – Tracking Predatory Capitalism

PDBWater (Winston Maiki, RIP – one man two-days)

Reference: Buried No Longer – Confronting America’s Water Infrastructure Challenge

Reference: Future Water Wars A Summary

Reference: US Intelligence on Global Water Security

Reference: WATER–Soul of the Earth, Mirror of Our Collective Souls

Robert Steele: Global Trends 2030 – Gaps + RECAP

SchwartzReport: Sea Levels Rising Faster Than Anticipated, US Coastal Cities at Risk

Sepp Hasslberger: Wind Into Water

Spanish Dancer: Revisting the Water Footprint

Spot-Light on Coca Cola as Evil Incarnate

Worth a Look: Water Abundance & Resilient Strategies from John Robb

Yoda: Mississippi Down? Lower the Ocean, Raise the River — Army Corps of Engineers Finds a New Challenge, a New Way — But Who Will Pay?