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The constructed wetlands were created by the people in Xiadong Village.
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In China, engineered wetlands remove waste from fresh water

By Kiley Price

August 24, 2022
In China, “engineered wetlands” are helping villages decontaminate their water by moving it through traditional infrastructure — such as shallow septic tanks — and into natural ecosystems such as marshes, plants and soil that absorb pollutants.
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News spotlight: Warming waters spawn salmon famine

By Matthew Ribel

August 22, 2022
In case you missed it: Millions of salmon commute up Alaska’s Yukon River every fall in search of safe places to spawn. But as waters begin to warm, their populations have slumped to all-time lows.
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Nature meets culture: Art exhibit explores Indigenous ‘water defenders’ — and more

By Kiley Price

July 14, 2022
Here's some recent arts and culture news to help bring nature to life, wherever you are.
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Expert: Ending the global water crisis ‘starts in your back yard’

By Kiley Price

January 29, 2021
Conservation News spoke to a Conservation International freshwater scientist about the key differences between the climate crisis and the water crisis — and why we must tap into different solutions for each.
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For billions without clean water, ‘wash your hands’ is complicated

By Kiley Price

June 17, 2020
Conservation News spoke with Conservation International’s Colleen Sorto about how when it comes to water and human health, where your water comes from can be just as important as how you use it.
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