200 Algeria bathers sick after sea polluted: media

Nearly 200 people were hospitalised briefly after swimming on Sunday in seawater suspected to have been polluted at Tenes in northwestern Algeria, local authorities and media said.

New technology helps farmers to remove nitrates from drainage

Massey University scientists unveiled a prototype of their novel systems for stripping nitrate from farm drainage at this year's Fieldays, capturing hundreds of people's attention including farmers of all ages, members of ...

Biodiversity 'hotspots' imperiled along California's streams

A study of woodland ecosystems that provide habitat for rare and endangered species along streams and rivers throughout California reveals that some of these ecologically important areas are inadvertently benefitting from ...

How is the Western U.S. drought impacting the power grid?

The western United States is currently experiencing severe drought, particularly in California and the Southwest. As of June 10, 88.5% of the West was in moderate to exceptional drought, compared to 42.17% at the same time ...

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