Salt in the news

Salt In The News

Headlines That Make the Case For Less Salt in Water & Water Conservation

US Groundwater Is Getting Saltier—What That Means For Infrastructure, Ecosystems, and Human Health

Oct. 17, 2023
by: Sarah Derouin, Geological Society of America

Global Groundwater Depletion Is Accelerating, But Is Not Inevitable

Water Management in Panama: Challenges and Solutions For a Sustainable Future

Scientists Have Found a ‘Sleeping Giant’ of Environmental Problems: Earth Is Getting Saltier

Earth Is Getting Extra Salty, An ‘Existential Threat’ to Freshwater Supplies

Groundwater In the US Is Becoming Dangerously Salty, Scientists Warn

Human Activities Are Making Freshwater Sources Saltier

Fresh Water Is 32 Percent Saltier Than Years Past

America Is Draining Its Groundwater

Sep. 4, 2023
The New York Times

Gov. Hobbs Announces Pause For New Home Builds That Rely on Groundwater

Jun. 1, 2023
PHX Channel 3 TV

The Colorado River Is America’s Most Endangered

April 2023
American Rivers

Sweeping California Water Conservation Rules Could Force Big Cuts In Some Areas

Sep. 7, 2023
LA Times

The Mississippi River Has Dropped to a Historic Low For the Second Consecutive Year

Oct. 11, 2023

A Large Data Center, Researchers Say, Can Gobble Up Anywhere Between 1 Million and 5 Million Gallons of Water a Day — As Much as a Town of 10,000 to 50,000 People

Apr. 25, 2023
Washington Post

Water Consumption Is a Growing Concern as Supplies In Some Areas of the Country Are Dwindling. Water Is Used Not Only For Data Center Cooling But Also For Electricity Generation, Making It a Cousin to Sustainable Power Use

Data Center Frontier Report – Beyond Greenwashing: Sustainability Meets Compliance

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