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Wetlands, streams and the politics surrounding them are once again front page and center stage, as federal agencies and national groups...

Recent events remind me how water connects us, technology informs us, and innovation delivers us from stagnation. 

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In the past two years, my Ferguson on the Frontline column has covered a number of topics, from rainwater...

Storage tanks can be “friends or foes” to water, depending on the contents, contexts and contingencies. Recent...

In past columns, as well as related articles in publications such as Water Quality Products (a sister publication to...

If water drops could talk, they’d be saying, “To know me is to love me, whether in good times or bad,...

In his September column, Ben Grumbles presented what he called “Fracking’s Top 10,” a list of top questions we...

It is no shock to anyone that energy and water are connected. We all know linkages and tradeoffs exist throughout...

My daughter recently started attending college in Ohio. While driving with her through western...

It is time once again to wade into the deep and murky waters of shale gas and hydraulic fracturing (fracking)....

Reduce, reuse and recycle is a phrase we are all familiar with. Decades ago, people began to realize that there is no...

For carbon credits and climate change, “cap and trade” may be dead in the water for now in some jurisdictions and political theaters, but in the...

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) friends tell me that Abraham Lincoln is believed to have said, “Law without...

Earlier this year, on a business trip to Japan, I stayed in a nice hotel in the Akasaka section of Tokyo. As in many hotels these days, there were...

Celebrate the coming spring with a renewed commitment to water innovation by igniting new ideas for old challenges and...

This past August, in my column about the hunt for Osama bin Laden, I mentioned that Time magazine reported that Pakistani authorities arrested a...

When is the slope too slippery to give liability relief to “good guys” who clean up abandoned hard rock mines and...

Climate change is water...

In the May 7 issue of Time magazine, there was an article about the capture and killing of Osama bin Laden. The article, “How It Went Down...

There is a lot of serious talk about America’s overstressed, underfunded and unappreciated water and wastewater infrastructure systems, but what...

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