6 Feb 2015

Speed blogging

  1. I'm doing two more webinars for the American Water Resources Association (AWRA) on 10 and 24 Feb. They are free for members and $25 for non-members. (I'm not paid.) The first -- "Farms and Rivers: Balancing Between Food Production and the Environment" -- will be at 1pm ET on 10 Feb. You can download/listen to my past AWRA webinars on my talks page

  2. A nice report on an activist's efforts to get laws applied and made to reduce pollution of India's Ganga River (yes, the sacred one)

  3. A judge has ruled that "Pom wonderful" engaged in deceptive advertising (over pomegranate juice? wtf?) Now I'm wondering where that "non-deceptive" advertising is...

  4. Copenhagen's "climate change adapted neighborhood" has good drainage

  5. Des Moines is suing farmers for polluting water. Good. Related: Dutch agricultural water pollution is terrible but getting better [pdf]

  6. ResourceMatics (a small UK consultancy) has released water risk and river-basin risk tools (=GIS-driven worldmaps) that are worth checking out here. Related: Maps of US warming over the past 100 years and precip patterns shifting to the NE.
H/T to RM

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