This Week in Water for August 2, 2020
What Happens to All the Tear Gas After Protests? That story and more on H2O Radio's weekly news report about water.
There are worries about what chemicals in tear gas will do to the environment—particularly the water.
That sinking feeling— four California "hotspots" are vulnerable to subsidence and sea level rise.
A common mineral used in cellphones or computer batteries may also be in drinking water supplies—and it could have a health benefit.
There’s another potential source of ocean pollution —city lights.
Affording one’s electric bills in the UK could soon be a breeze .