July 21, 2009--Polluted rain, snow raises concerns for sensitive landscapes in 16 national parks (L.A. Times)

A pollutant that can slowly trigger changes in the lives of plants and animals is increasingly being found in 16 National Park Service sites, mostly in the Western United States.

July 21, 2009--Climate change puts western water supply at risk (Environmental News Service)

The Colorado River system, which 30 million people depend on for drinking and irrigation, could lose all of its reservoir storage to climate change by the middle of the century, a new University of Colorad

July 14, 2009--Water group gives sub-district a boost (Alamosa Valley Courier)

The Rio Grande Inter Basin Roundtable on Tuesday approved $31,500 from its basin funds to help the San Luis Valley’s first water management sub-district finish up a CREP (Conservation Reserve Enhancement P

July 10, 2009--Study urged on water demands of next-generation biofuel feedstocks (NY Times)

Extensive studies are needed to understand the water needs of biofuel production from cellulosic feedstocks or other next-generation sources, federal auditors said in a preliminary report released yesterda

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