Category Archive: Water

May 09

Coverage of the National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference – May 11

Conference coverage courtesy of Becca Madsen of Madsen Environmental.

…continuing coverage on the National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking conference in Sacramento, California from May 8-11.

Friday, May 11

Breakfast Plenary – Legislative and Regu…

May 09

Coverage of the National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference – May 10

Conference coverage courtesy of Becca Madsen of Madsen Environmental.

…continuing coverage on the National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference in Sacramento, California from May 8-11.

Thursday, May 10

Emerging Markets Session
This session …

May 09

Coverage of the National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference – May 9

Conference coverage courtesy of Becca Madsen of Madsen Environmental.

Mitigation and Ecosystem Bankers from across the US are gathering in Sacramento, California for the country’s biggest gathering of folks involved or interested in wetland mitigation…

Dec 14

EPA water regulations burden rural communities

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By Judith Lewis Mernet
When Clarence Aragon began managing the half-century-old Mora Mutual Water and Sewer Association 12 years ago, he thought he was helping the environment. Hundreds of households around Mora, N.M. — a small river-v…

Jun 24

Stream Exposé

OK, I admit it. I missed a pretty big article series this Spring about stream restoration and nutrient reduction projects in North Carolina. Following the ‘better late than never’ philosophy, here’s a brief summary of the series. The Raleigh News & Obs…

Jun 10

Cheap Water, Deadly Water

Waterborne diseases are responsible for 20 percent of deaths in children under the age of five. Microbes such as E. coli found in fecal matter cause diarrhea that kills by dehydrating its victims. Such organisms are routinely found in the springs, well…

Jun 10

A Few Ferrates Could Chnage the World

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By Linda Platts
In the not too distant future, a water treatment module carried in the bed of a
pickup truck could be the best and cheapest water purification system on the planet.
For just $30, it would purify a million gallons of polluted…

Apr 12

Montana consultant helps clients enter the water market

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By Kylee Perez
A few years ago, while Chris Corbin was working in the sales and marketing department at Big Sky Brewing Company, he started thinking about water.
This was before he created a company that now helps…

Mar 22

Boycott World Water Day!

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By James G. Workman
PERC Enviropreneur and Author
Editor’s note: If you missed World Water Day – March 22 – an event that seems hard to dismiss, read why international water expert Jamie Workman recommended a boycott.
In case your email isn…

Mar 01

How the market can keep streams flowing

By Rob Harmon
Energy and Natural Resource
Policy Expert
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There are tens of thousands of miles of dewatered streams in the United States. On this map, the colored areas represent water conflicts. Similar problems are e…

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