This Week in Water for November 29, 2020

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This Week in Water for November 29, 2020

 "The Trump Administration Scurries to Lock In Its Environmental Agenda" on H2O Radio's newscast, "This Week in Water"

Before the Trump administration leaves , it's rushing to pass rules that may be harmful to the environment or benefit corporations.

Why dolphins don't get the bends.

Using one problem to solve another is the philosophy of a company that aims to house millions of people who lack adequate shelter.

The Big Island of Hawai'i gets a lot of rain but struggles to meet demands for fresh water. Scientists may have just discovered a new source.


Oysters have gone unsold due to the pandemic. A new solution dumps them to restore ecosystems—and save jobs.

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