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Water Tag

Co-published with GristThe city’s nearly 400,000 pipes wouldn’t have to be fully removed for nearly 30 years after the rest of the nation.

Co-published with The Nation. In one of the richest agricultural areas in the world, residents of California’s colonias still don’t have access to clean running water.

Co-published with The Guardian. Across a cluster of low-income, mostly Black neighborhoods, toxic waste sites risk contaminating an aquifer and endangering the lives of residents with noxious emissions.

Co-published with GristEven Texas and Wyoming do a better job protecting communities from oil and gas drilling.

Co-published with The GuardianWhen wells run dry in the Willcox basin those who can afford to just dig deeper – leaving homes high and dry as the aquifer is drained.

Co-published with U.S. News and World Report. In impoverished places like the rural South, standard amenities that form the baseline for warding off coronavirus infection can be hard to come by.

Co-published with The Guardian. After 25 years and a half-billion dollars, only half of the project’s water delivered to Pine Ridge Reservation comes from the Missouri Riverunlike supplies for white ranchers.

Co-published with KCRW. An estimated one million Californians — mostly rural and poor — are exposed to contaminated water each year.

Co-published with PBS NewsHour with additional support from the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting. In Florida, one of the nation’s largest waterways is in danger as septic tanks are disrupting the fragile ecosystem of

Co-published with AlterNet. This is a story about one tribal nation grappling with the stresses of life during oil time - housing, traffic, crime, crowds, their quality of life.

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