The need to enhance water storage capacity.

The total water available in India from rain and snow is 4000 BCM of which only 450BCM can be utilized,” informed Harish Rawat, Union Minister for Water Resources at a conference on “Sustainable Safe Drinking Water in India” organized by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry in New Delhi.

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JISH expansion opponents want bubbling source discovered first.

A representative from the Jefferson Island Storage and Hub’s parent company AGL Resources gave a presentation Wednesday night at the onset of a public hearing in New Iberia Wednesday, but according to residents at the hearing, there was an important component missing.

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Do low doses of BPA harm people?

Scientists continue to disagree over whether the low doses of bisphenol A in canned foods and other consumer products pose a danger.

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Water … bottled, tap, or filtered?

In 2011, Americans purchased more than 9.1 billion gallons of bottled water — almost 30 gallons per person. This is the highest volume of bottled water ever sold in the United States.

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Potential Health Hazards From TCE Contamination.

MILLSBORO, Del.- A water contamination problem dating back to late 2004 and 2005 in Sussex County could have some negative health effects for those exposed to that water.

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The Real Story Behind Bisphenol A.

How a handful of consultants used Big Tobacco’s tactics to sow doubt about science and hold off regulation of BPA, a chemical in hundreds of products that could be harming an entire generation.

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Blood levels of BPA become source of controversy.

Values reported for humans appear high, study charges, possibly suggesting contamination or exaggerated exposures.

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Data challenges the APB on BPA.

Meta-analyses of bisphenol A studies show human exposure is likely to be too low for estrogenic effects

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Professor looks at contamination, environmental impact of fracking.

Although the demand for energy resources is high, methodologies used to extract these resources could potentially be harmful to both people and the environment.

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Kishenganga project: India wins crucial hearing against Pakistan.

New Delhi: The International Court of Arbitration at the Hague has upheld India’s right to divert water from the Rs. 3600-crore Kishenganga Hydro-electric Project (KHEP) in north Kashmir today.

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Desalination seen booming at 15% a year as world water dries up.

In the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, 158,438 residents of the city of Copiapo suffered daily cutoffs of tap water last year as Anglo American Plc and other companies helped suck nearby aquifers dry for their mines. With little water left for drinking or mining, the government of President Sebastian Pinera convinced the companies to seek a solution to the water crisis 60 kilometers away from Copiapo — on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.

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MidEast’s freshwater reserves drying up at a pace second to India’s.

Washington, Feb 13 (IANS) The Middle East has lost 144 cubic km of water between 2003 and 2010, nearly equal to the staggering volume of the Dead Sea, show data provided by the NASA satellites.

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