You are here: Home General The Week in Water: Jun 23-29, 2012 The Week in Water: Jun 23-29, 2012 The Week in Water brings you blue living ideas and news from around the web. by Heather Carr July 2, 2012, 1:00 am 2 Comments The Week in Water brings you blue living ideas and news from around the web. North Texas amphibians are declining despite conservation efforts. The Kalamazoo River oil spill was the first major spill in a United States river of diluted bitumen – the kind that will be moving through the Keystone XL pipeline. It’s particularly nasty stuff. This happened two years ago and they’re still recovering (slowly) from the spill. The Rio+20 conference last week looked at sustainable development. Any sustainable strategy needs to take into account water resources and management. See more Previous article iPhone and iPad Solar Power Suitability Checker App Released Next article The Rewards of a Seedy Garden 2 Pings & Trackbacks Pingback:The Week in Water: Jul 7-13, 2012 Pingback:The Week in Water: Jul 7-13, 2012 • Nifty Homestead Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Upload a photo / attachment to this comment (PNG, JPG, GIF - 6 MB Max File Size): (Allowed file types: jpg, gif, png, maximum file size: 6MB.