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Aug. 10, 2012, Westerville, OH – The National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation (NGWREF) has launched a major fundraising campaign to underwrite national and international ground water projects.
Aug. 9, 2012 – According to scientists in Canada and the Netherlands, underground water reserves around the world are being depleted faster than they can be replenished. The Vancouver Sun reports on the research. | READ MORE
Aug. 8, 2012 – A new scientific study of the risks associated with fracking in the United States, found that current methods for wastewater disposal put drinking water at risk, reports the Calgary Herald. | READ MORE
Aug, 7, 2012, Japan – Hot springs operators in Tsuchiyu, Japan, a town about 80 kilometers northwest of Fukushima’s stricken nuclear station, plan to build a geothermal power plant as part of recovery efforts, according to | READ MORE
Aug. 3, 2012, Namibia – Scientists believe a vast aquifer discovered 300 metres beneath northern Namibia could provide a lifeline for the impoverished region, reports The Guardian. | READ MORE
Aug. 3, 2012, South America – As South America’s population is on the rise, the impact of climate change grows more significant each day. Power Engineering reports on the governments' reaction and the major prospects for geothermal power. | READ MORE
Aug. 2, 2012, Quinte, ON – Quinte Conservation declared a Level 2 low water condition Monday, calling for further reductions in water use across the region, reports. | READ MORE
Aug. 2, 2012, Westerville, OH – A congressional briefing led by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has spotlighted the importance of monitoring the nation’s ground water quantity and quality.
Aug. 1, 2012, Toronto – The City of Toronto quickly began repairing a giant crack in a huge sewer line, but water is hindering efforts to build a bypass pipe, reports The Toronto Star. | READ MORE
July 31, 2012, Washington County, Wis. – Seven home water wells are contaminated after a gasoline pipe leak in Washington County, Wis., reports | READ MORE
July 30, 2012, Wagner National Area, Alta. – Wagner Bog is a gem by any ecological standard, but it’s future is in doubt now that the county is considering a draft plan to rezone the lands along its southern boundary, reports The Edmonton Journal. | READ MORE
July 27, 2012, Peterborough, Ont. – A group near the former Outboard Marine Corp. is considering a class-action lawsuit for damages from the contaminated site, with concerns about contamination in the ground water beneath their homes, reports the Peterborough Examiner. | READ MORE
July 26, 2012 – Parched communities from Asia to North America have been coming to terms with reusing wastewater for drinking water, reports the New York Times. | READ MORE
July 26, 2012, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority has developed a new 25 Year Saskatchewan Water Security Plan.
July 25, 2012, Quinte, Ont. – Residents of Ontario's Quinte region are being asked to conserve water as the region approaches what could be the driest July on record, the Belleville Intelligencer reports. | READ MORE

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