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I've got a couple of AJ+ stories on water in the Navajo Nation.

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https://www.navajowaterproject.org/video
The first line of this video says it best: "People don't know that other people living in the United States, specifically on the Navajo Nation, don't have running water."

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I love these photos from Water For People, a charity local to Denver that works in countries worldwide. https://waterforpeople.smugmug.com/Waterforpeoplegallery/

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Here is a story about how the east coast will be flooding more often now; in part due to glacier melt and in part due to the removal of groundwater. Wait for it...read to the last sentence...you'd think the USA would have a vested interest in combating climate change, wouldn't you!

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/09/170911122642.htm

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Stanford has put together a resource for learning about groundwater. They say, "Throughout the West, groundwater pumping occurs at unsustainable levels. This practice jeopardizes the primary water supply..."

http://waterinthewest.stanford.edu/programs/sustainable-groundwater

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Circle of Blue's summary of water's role in civil unrest.

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With Idaho's Lucky Peak Dam, timing of water releases can be tricky as climate change is changing how much rain and snow Idaho gets.

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The One World One Water Center and Colorado Water Conservation Board helped to produce this 11 min. video about outdoor water demand management.

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Interested in comparing timeline snapshot satellite imagery of your local river? Join Planet https://www.planet.com
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