This Week in Water:This Week in Water for March 19, 2017 
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This Week in Water  This Week in Water for March 19, 2017  After 140 Years, Indigenous People Win a Major Victory. That story and more on H2O Radio's weekly news report about water. 
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H2O Radio  Newscasts and News Features  For non-profit use only. 
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Physicians warn about the health effects of climate change.

In Peru about 70 people have been killed and many made homeless from the deadliest rains in decades to hit the country.

It's this nations third longest river, and last week it was given legal status just like a human.

Yoga pants and fleece jackets are harming ocean wildlife.

There was cake; there were balloons and streamers--everything youd expect at a birthday party.... 
Notes: Credits:
Note to stations: This Week in Water will return on April 9th. Until then, please check out our new series, Making Waves in Science which will be uploaded on Wednesday, March 22nd. There are two new pieces to air around 4 minutes each. One is about stopping tsunamis, and the other about using tea bags to measure carbon sequestration in wetlands. Thanks and see you in two weeks!   
Environment | Climate Change | Water Pollution | New Zealand | Earth Sciences | Science in Society | Indigenous  
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View Script    03-19-2017  English 
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H2ORadioTWIW19Mar17  128Kbps mp3 (6.41MB) Stereo 
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