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Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/22/2020 00:01
The Global Rundown Amid the coronavirus pandemic, water interruptions plague residents of Brazil’s most heavily-populated indigenous reserve. Rescuers in Kenya search for survivors after torrential rain triggered a fatal landslide. The World Food Programme warns that the Covid-19 crisis is intensifying food shortages for millions of people worldwide. A new report suggests that the number […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/21/2020 09:51
The Global Rundown Las Vegas, Nevada, abandons plans to pump water from rural parts of the state. Heavy rainfall causes flash floods and landslides in western Kenya, possibly leaving several people dead. A shortage of carbon dioxide gas, which is used in water treatment, may affect U.S. water supplies during the Covid-19 pandemic. In Detroit, […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/21/2020 01:39
Organizations working at the front lines in low- and middle-income countries need good information about the role of hygiene in preventing spread of the new coronavirus. They need to know the latest science and what practices have yielded benefits elsewhere. Occasionally, they also need an expert ear to provide technical guidance, a helpline of sorts […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/20/2020 06:00
The Rundown Support among Democrats in Congress grows for emergency water bill assistance due to the coronavirus pandemic. The EPA agrees to a timeline for updating national drinking water standards for microbes and disinfection byproducts. California Democrats call for state and federal cooperation over water resources. The National Parks Service greenlights DC Water’s sewage overflow […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/20/2020 00:57
Delicate discussions over the future of the imperiled Mekong River could be further complicated by the findings of a new study, which claims that China withheld water from drought-hit downstream nations last year. Using satellite data, Eyes on Earth, a U.S-based research and consulting firm, determined that precipitation in China’s Yunnan province, which the Mekong […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/17/2020 12:38
An industry-commissioned report estimates that U.S. drinking water utilities will lose $13.9 billion in revenue due to fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. The accounting includes revenue losses from declining commercial use, nonpayment of bills, fewer connection fees charged to new development, and a slight rise in personnel expenses. The tally also includes anticipated revenue increases […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/17/2020 00:23
The Global Rundown Drought in the southwest United States is on par with the worst drought experienced in the region over the past 1,200 years, a new study says. Disaster experts warn that several Asian nations will likely be forced to combat both extreme water and the Covid-19 pandemic in coming months. Deforestation and climate […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/16/2020 14:52
The International Organization for Migration is asking researchers and people working in the field to share their experience on the connection between the new coronavirus, human migration, and the environment. Questions in which the IOM has interest include: Environmental implications of COVID-19-related patterns of movement Water as a key to shape and understand the relationship […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/16/2020 00:01
The Global Rundown Meteorologists predict average monsoon rainfall for India in 2020. Organizations working to protect the Mekong River request greater transparency from China following a recent report alleging that China withheld water from drought-hit downstream nations last year. Florida argues against a judge’s recommendation that a water rights debate with Georgia be dismissed from […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/15/2020 00:01
The Global Rundown Plans for a pipeline between Flint and its emergency water source stall. Portugal’s impoverished Roma communities are among the global populations struggling with water access during the coronavirus pandemic. Satellite imagery shows the steep decline of one of Chile’s key reservoirs. Several thousands gallons of water spill from the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/14/2020 20:28
Is the new coronavirus blowing in the ocean breeze? The National Science Foundation awarded a $198,943 grant to Kimberly Prather at the University of California, San Diego, to investigate the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in sea spray due to the aerosolization of sewage. Here’s what that means. People infected with SARS-CoV-2 shed the virus […]. .
Circle of Blue | WaterNews 04/14/2020 17:49
Stagnant water in unoccupied buildings can be a breeding ground for microbial and chemical contaminants. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, an unprecedented number of buildings — hotels, offices, restaurants, churches, schools — are now shuttered or operating at significantly reduced capacity. A research team led by Purdue University published a rapid review of water stagnation […]. .

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