Category: Water

Javan Briggs: We have the right to have that basic thing—it’s water

The message is clear: those of us who live without running water are learning not only to make do with less, but to shift our relationship with water completely

William deBuys: California First

California is giving us a preview of our world to come

Joris Leverink: Water: source of life and conflict in the Land of Rivers

Oil is often seen as the root cause of conflict in the Middle East, but in the coming years water might come to overtake it as a key source of dispute

Shepherd Bliss: California’s North Coast Wine Industry: How “Sustainable” Is It?

Wine industry lobbyists and PR people present the industry as mainly small mom and pop operations is a lie

Abrahm Lustgarten: California’s Drought Is Part of a Much Bigger Water Crisis

Every state west of the Rockies has been facing a water shortage of one kind or another in recent years

Joris Leverink: Water Politics

Mesopotamia, the “Land of Two Rivers,” cradle of modern civilization and currently home to probably as many conflicts as there are ethnic groups, religious factions and nation states

Joris Leverink: Water Politics in the Land of Two Rivers

Source of life, cause for conflict

Amanda Holpuch: Walmart sourcing bottled water from drought-stricken California

Residents who have faced increased water use limits amid fourth year of drought push for greater regulation of water-bottling industry

Marina Sitrin: Fifteen Years of Community Controlled Water in Cochabamba

Marina Sitrin interviews Marcela Olivera, an activist in Bolivia’s water wars of 2000 and their ongoing legacy

Shepherd Bliss: Big Wine Blasted at North Coast California Gathering

Since it takes about 30 gallons of water to produce one glass of wine, extensive water use by wineries as events centers was a major concern of the gathering

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