The Stream, July 22: Djibouti Appeals For Help With Dire Drought

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said it found piles of oil-soaked debris along the Yellowstone River as floodwater levels recede in Montana, UPI reported.

Australian farming could increase output 70 percent by 2050 by using new technologies, but it faces growing competition for land from the mining sector, Reuters reported, citing Australian officials.

Djibouti appealed for $21 million from international donors to help fight a relentless drought that has affected at least 120,000 people in the country, Bloomberg reported.

Water utilities in the United Kingdom should pay more for using environmentally vulnerable rivers, with higher charges during droughts, according to a new study from think tank Policy Exchange, Global Water Intelligence reported.

Chinadialogue devles into China’s green litigation.

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