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Most bathing sites in Europe safe: EU environment agency

Copenhagen, Denmark | AFP - Most of Europe's bathing sites are safe to swim in, the European Environment Agency (EEA) said on Tuesday, with around…
SourceSourceMay 28, 2024 Read More

Europe’s water contamined by PFAS chemical: NGOs

Paris, France | AFP - Europe's rivers, lakes and groundwater are riddled with "alarming" levels of a persistent man-made 'forever chemical' linked to synthetic pesticides,…
SourceSourceMay 27, 2024 Read More

The global clean water crisis looms large

By Utrecht University Water scarcity will intensify with climate and socioeconomic change, disproportionately impacting populations located in the Global South. So concludes a new Utrecht University…
SourceSourceMay 23, 2024 Read More

Bottled water is full of microplastics. Is it still ‘natural’?

By Joseph Winters, Grist This story was originally published by Grist. Sign up for Grist’s weekly newsletter here. Is bottled water really “natural” if it’s contaminated with…
SourceSourceMay 22, 2024 Read More

Finding Where the Grass is Greener

By Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo Researchers at the Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, enhance land surface maps to…
SourceSourceMay 19, 2024 Read More

Airborne technology brings new hope to map shallow aquifers in Earth’s most arid deserts

By University of Southern California Airborne sounding radars can perform comprehensive mapping within a few hours compared to existing in-situ methods that would take a…
SourceSourceMay 17, 2024 Read More

Raw sewage pumped into England’s largest lake due to fault

London, United Kingdom (AFP) - Raw sewage was released into Windermere, England's largest and best-known lake, over a 10-hour period after a fault caused pumps…
SourceSourceMay 15, 2024 Read More