04/12/2018 / By David Williams

Turf grass has long been considered by many as a more Earth-friendly alternative to real grass, mainly because of the

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04/10/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Having adequate amounts of water is not only applicable to humans, but also to trees. Trees in the urban area

http://www.waterwars.news/2018-04-10-trees-in-the-city-can-handle-the-heat-and-the-bugs-if-they-have-enough-water.html

04/08/2018 / By David Williams

As the days go by, the city of Cape Town in South Africa is coming closer to what is now

http://www.waterwars.news/2018-04-08-three-american-cities-that-are-running-dry-like-cape-town.html

03/27/2018 / By Mike Adams

Aside from being the “Hitler Youth” fascist front man for the anti-liberty, anti-gun propagandists of the Left, David Hogg also

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03/23/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Scientists have found water in the atmosphere of a distant exoplanet known as WASP-39b. Although its initial discovery was way

http://www.waterwars.news/2018-03-23-nasa-has-identified-an-exoplanet-with-large-amounts-of-water.html

03/12/2018 / By Ethan Huff

Water has apparently become so scarce in the Golden State that some municipalities are about to begin piping recycled sewer

http://www.waterwars.news/2018-03-12-california-to-start-recycling-sewer-water-into-tap-water-full-of-insane-chemicals.html

02/28/2018 / By David Williams

Maybe you’ve heard about certain drought-stricken cities or states in the U.S., and you’ve thought to yourself, it couldn’t possibly

http://www.waterwars.news/2018-02-28-cape-town-countdown-to-day-zero-how-to-survive-without-tap-water.html

02/14/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Water is a necessity, plain and simple. Human beings can’t go for more than three days without it. Unfortunately, water

http://www.waterwars.news/2018-02-14-do-you-have-a-water-contingency-plan-what-happens-your-city-runs-out-of-water.html

02/08/2018 / By Earl Garcia

A recent study published in the journal Water Resources Research revealed that phosphorus pollution as a result of human activities appeared to

http://www.waterwars.news/2018-02-08-phosphorus-from-fertilizer-runoff-is-polluting-freshwater-sources-all-over-the-world.html

12/25/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Neighbors can be great people: some of your closest friends can be living right next to you, and you’re thinking

http://www.waterwars.news/2017-12-25-one-more-way-humans-harm-marine-ecosystems-noise.html

12/17/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Global warming alarmists have a way of weaving their message into every scientific study or discussion these days. If they

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11/25/2017 / By Mike Adams

Water is a precious commodity, and without it we can’t grow food and survive. Yet industrial agriculture wastes water on

http://www.waterwars.news/2017-11-25-water-wars-erupting-across-our-world-as-fresh-water-supplies-collide-with-surging-food-demand.html

11/11/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed sensors that can be implanted in plant leaves so that it

http://www.waterwars.news/2017-11-11-engineers-have-developed-a-sensor-that-can-be-printed-onto-plant-leaves-need-water.html

11/10/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Whether you live in the United States or France, there’s a high chance you’ve been ingesting microscopic plastic fibers whenever

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