A new and huge city focuses on getting cleaner.
Opportunity to shift from coal to cleaner energy is real and needed.
World’s largest coal consumer’s challenge to lower climate-changing emissions.
The film explores one of the world’s most dangerous coal fields.
Lower Subansiri River construction site was shut in 2011 and never restarted.
The good news is that India’s government has started to shift its priorities in terms of how it manages the country’s economy and natural resources.
For two years, the Wilson Center and Circle of Blue have explored the contest for food, water, and energy in India and the troubling ways it plays out across the country.
Courts and Prime Minister Modi press for new operating system to stem pollution.
Massive manmade river begins moving water from central China to Beijing.
Reflections of the banquet of bedlam that is modern India
The big case has huge ramifications for India’s water, land, and economy.
Four-year-old court emerges as global leader in securing resources, promoting economic gain.
India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi swept into office in May on a message of aspiration, and a reputation for action.
Completed in 1935, Hoover Dam supplies electricity to 29 million people in Arizona, California and Nevada.
In Rajasthan, renewables are a bright spot in a troubled national energy industry.
Why? Old pipes, clean water regulations, and years of inadequate investment.
National court orders end to feudal labor conditions, wanton water pollution, and deadly accidents.
Report calls for new Himalayan development policy; stirs political battle in New Delhi.
Water scarcity and successful conservation programs force utilities to adapt their business plans.
A treacherous mountain range unleashes a torrent of water, mud, and boulders that was long anticipated and willfully ignored.