Tag Archives: water resource management

EPA WaterSense Fix-A-Leak Week Raises Awareness, Promotes Water Efficiency

Water efficiency is the focus with the EPA WaterSense Fix-a-Leak Week

Ample freshwater supplies are critical to American households, businesses, institutions and industry, as well as ecosystems, but they're increasingly under stress. Fortunately, Americans can do a lot to improve the situation by taking a few simple, inexpensive steps. Aiming to raise awareness and boost water conservation and water efficiency, the EPA WaterSense partnership program is sponsoring and hosting events around the country as part of Fix-A-Leak week.

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Keystone XL: First Big Test of President’s Climate Change Action Plan

The proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would transport liquefied bitumen from massive tar sands deposits in Alberta south through Midwest US watersheds and agricultural areas and on down to the Gulf of Mexico would significantly boost the carbon emissions that fuel climate change and thus fails to meet the criteria set out in President Obama’s recently announced National Climate Change Action Plan, according to …

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