Two-thirds of Americans believe climate change is either a crisis or a serious problem.
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In the era of climate change, the wall between the natural hazards and terrorism is crumbling.
J. Carl Ganter sits down and talks with Naty Barak on the transformation and innovation in the agriculture sector.
SIWI’s Executive Director Torgny Holmgren discusses the new layer of urgency in the water sector, World Water Week 2019’s theme, and much more.
Delhi was the second driest it has been in 26 years in June, and recorded its highest ever temperature for the month at 48 degrees Celsius on June 10.
Countries aim to work with the World Bank to launch a new bond to cover losses from El Niño and other extreme weather.
Initiative engages cross-disciplinary teams of next-generation thinkers to shift the world’s dangerous course through: Creative design and innovative communications Citizen science Applied data analyses and visualization AI-powered connectivity DETROIT and THE HAGUE, Netherlands (June 4, 2019) — Circle of Blue — in collaboration with leading institutions, designers, educators, and youth organizations — today announced Designing Water’s […]
A report this month found Michigan leads the nation in sites contaminated with toxic chemicals known as PFAS, and the state’s bipartisan delegation in Congress has introduced a flurry of legislation to increase testing.
As drought grips the Philippines, Manila is becoming the latest big city to struggle to access enough water.
As a warming climate spurs more extreme weather, herders in Kenya’s arid and semi-arid northern parts can lose up to 10 percent of their livestock when drought hits.
Salinization threatens crops and ecosystems. What can we do?