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News Clips | April 21, 2022

‘We Woke Up and We Lost Half Our Water.’ How climate change sparked a multistate battle over the Colorado River

The Colorado River’s 1,450-mile run begins amid the snowy pinnacles of the Rocky Mountains and ends in the subtropical waters of the Gulf of California.

Campus safety concerns in a new audit ‘echo’ problems revealed after Lauren McCluskey’s murder

New legislative audit notes University of Utah’s commitment to improve reporting, but finds ‘additional opportunities for improvement.’

Central Wasatch Commission releases beta version of new software

The Central Wasatch Commission (CWC) wants public input on its new Environmental Dashboard and has released a beta version of the software for public comment.

Public Health Watch: Antimicrobial “Subscription” Plan Takes Hold in Britain

The tactic is seen as a way to ensure supplies of novel drugs in face of resistance crisis.

Should the government hand out clean needles and fentanyl test strips to reduce drug overdose deaths?

The Biden administration is proposing ‘harm reduction’ strategies to counter record-high overdose deaths. He sends a national drug control strategy report to Congress this week.

Scientists make ‘miracle material’ breakthrough to revolutionise solar power

Scientists have discovered a way to make ultra-efficient solar cells on a commercial scale using the “miracle material” perovskite.

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