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Blog: Tiny plastics in our water — no easy solutions

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Looking out at San Francisco Bay, you’d never know it’s dotted with tiny pieces of plastic. … This microplastic threatens fish and may also threaten people who eat them. “We can’t recover it once it’s into our watersheds and oceans,” said Stiv Wilson, campaign director at The Story of Stuff, a nonprofit in Berkeley.

Source: California Water News feed

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Blog: Water gained stature at Paris climate talks

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The Paris conference brought cheers not only from renewable energy advocates but from water groups. For years, organizations that focus on the world’s freshwater resources felt marginalized in the climate change debate. A warmer planet means nastier droughts, bigger floods, and unsettling perturbations in the water cycle, but the question of adaptation was mostly ignored by diplomats. 

Source: California Water News feed

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NSF International Survey Finds U.S. Consumers Struggle to Define and Identify Gluten

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Consumers are not well informed around the topic of gluten, according to a new survey from NSF International, a global public health and safety organization. The survey found that despite having heard of gluten, most Americans cannot correctly define it or identify products that could contain… Read More
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