1. Nor any drop to drink

2. A global shortage

3. Bright signs

4. Supply and demand

5. Global warming


Evidence of Transitional Cell Carcinoma and Arsenic in Drinking Water... H.Y. Chiou et al, American Journal of Epidemiology, Mar. 1, 2001, pp. 411-8.

Mexico Grows Parched, With Pollution and Politics, Tim Weiner, The New York Times, Apr. 14, 2001, p. A3.

In New Mexico, Debate over Arsenic Strikes Home, Timothy Egan, The New York Times, Apr. 14, 2001, p. A1.

Pillar of Sand: Can the Irrigation Miracle Last? Sandra Postel, W.W. Norton, 1999.

Tackling the Big Three (air and water pollution, and sanitation), David J. Tenenbaum, Environmental Health Perspectives, Volume 106, Number 5, May 1998.

For Texas Now, Water, Not Oil, Is Liquid Gold, Jim Yardley, The New York Times, Apr. 16, 2001, p. A1.

Water: the Fate of our Most Precious Resource, Marq de Villiers, Houghton Mifflin, 2000.


Environmental degradation damages food supplies.

The World's Water

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