Wall Street eyes billions in the Colorado’s water

January 4, 2021

There is a myth about water in the Western United States, which is that there is not enough of it. But those who deal closely with water will tell you this is false. There is plenty. It is just in the wrong places. Cibola, Arizona, is one of the wrong places. Home to about 300… >> Read More

Americans are not causing the ocean plastic problem

January 1, 2021

For years, environmental activists and political leaders have used images of waste-filled beaches to turn consumers against plastic. The imagery has been used to support calls to ban common single-use plastics, including straws, shopping bags, bottled water, and more. Thinking they are helping the environment, many Americans support these policies. But is plastic trash in… >> Read More

Cops discover an illegal winery operating out of an Alabama town’s sewage plant

December 18, 2020

Authorities say they’ve busted a large illegal winery operating out of a wastewater treatment plant in a small Alabama town. It happened in the town of Rainsville, home to around 5,000 people and about 100 miles northeast of Birmingham. After receiving an anonymous tip Thursday about a possible illegal wine production operation being run inside… >> Read More

Water Begins Trading on Wall Street in the Futures Market for Fear of Shortages

December 7, 2020

Starting this week, water will be traded on the Wall Street commodities futures market, due to its scarcity. The price of the vital liquid will fluctuate just like oil, gold or wheat, CME Group reported. The price of water in California has doubled in the last year, according to the Nasdaq Velez California Water Index… >> Read More

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