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MailTribune.com Mail Tribune Ashland will move forward with the engineering and construction of the Talent-Ashland-Phoenix pipeline to bring water to town this summer despite costs that are twice what was previously estimated. Faced with a low
Clean, safe drinking water is a luxury for students at Nongxin Primary School in Lingyun county, Guangxi province. The school, deep in the mountains, suffers from water scarcity due to the harsh natural environment. Teachers and students do not have
But backers skipped a basic step in lawmaking: Before taking a proposal directly to voters, give the Legislature a chance to deal with it. The deliberative process identifies potential flaws and improves the odds of ending up with a well-crafted law.
Arizona Daily Sun 1 hour ago This year's French Film Festival: La France Globale, will screen at NAU today through Friday. The festival will feature five films that will be shown in the NAU Liberal Arts Building, Room 120...Film schedule: Today: 7 p.
The Phoenix City Council has approved three measures aimed at better securing drinking water resources for the future. The council voted unanimously Tuesday to form a partnership with Tucson water providers that would allow for storage and recovery
Potential mothers need to fast from fish for many years to avoid passing on certain harmful chemicals to their offsprings, an alarming study indicates. Fish and shellfish contain high-quality protein and omega-3 fatty acids that benefit children's
Two counties in Southern Oregon are headed for May votes on banning genetically modified crops measures that divide farmers. The Legislature prohibited such local bans but made an exception in Jackson County, where a measure had qualified for a vote.
A Vermont House committee is slated to hear about the Senate's version of a bill to require labeling of genetically engineered foods a version that includes a legal defense fund against anticipated industry lawsuits. Senate Judiciary Committee
But, in honor of Earth Day, it is worth taking a look at some of the areas where humans have made progress on energy and the environment. It can take decades or longer to show signs of positive environmental change, so most good news doesn't show up
Ads by Google analysis In 2001 then UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan declared : "Fierce competition for fresh water may well become a source of conflict and wars in the future." A year later he revised that position, saying water problems could be a "