It was revealed in June that California’s southern Sierra Nevada is now stocked with an estimated 66 million dead trees, all killed directly or indirectly by the state’s ongoing drought. … To better understand the results and what they mean, Water Deeply recently spoke with Jeffrey Moore, aerial survey program manager with the Forest Service. Source:… Read More

The Global Rundown Pollution from mines abandoned during the recent collapse of coal markets is contaminating rivers and rice paddies in Indonesia. Water flows are declining and shifting in the Indus Basin, researchers found. Scarce water supplies in some drought-hit regions of India are sparking violence. Michigan’s new budget includes a big funding boost to… Read More

Leaders pledge more use of low-carbon fuels. Shawinigan hydropower complex, in Quebec, has generated electricity for more than 100 years. The North American Clean Energy Plan, announced on June 29, 2016, could boost Canadian hydropower production. Photo © Shutterstock By Brett Walton, Circle of Blue At a summit in Ottawa today, the leaders of Canada,… Read More

Brexit Implications for UK Pharmaceutical Administration By Peter Gough and the NSF Health Sciences team With the historic vote by the UK to leave the European Union I have been asked by many of our clients and colleagues “What will the vote to leave the EU (Brexit) mean for pharmaceutical… Read More Source: NSF New… Read More