HotSpots H2O: Water Crisis Continues to Debilitate Gaza Strip

/
Polluted water in the Gaza Strip continues to sicken people — and there are few signs of improvement.

HotSpots H2O: Water Conflicts to Watch in 2019

/
Water will continue to be intertwined with social and political tension in 2019.

HotSpots H2O, December 17: Refugees Returning to Syria Face Devastated Water, Sewage Infrastructure

/
The Rundown Islamic State (IS) militants were ousted from key…

HotSpots H2O, December 10: Inequality Fuels Water Quarrels in India’s Second Most Populous State

/
The Rundown In late October, the government of Maharashtra,…

HotSpots H2O, December 3: Water Infrastructure Still a Target in Ukrainian Conflict

/
Attacks on civilian water infrastructure remain a strategic vulnerability in the ongoing conflict between the Ukrainian military and separatists.

HotSpots H2O, November 26: Delays and Disagreements Hinder Africa’s Largest Hydropower Dam

/
The Rundown The fate of a controversial dam that Ethiopia is…

HotSpots H2O, November 19: Deadly Water Disputes Intensify in Central Asia as Glaciers Melt

/
The Rundown In Central Asia, small-scale water conflicts flare…
https://www.flickr.com/photos/infanticida/21015411469/in/photostream/

HotSpots H2O, November 12: Three-Day Tanker Strike Reveals Water Tensions in Chennai, India

/
The Rundown Prompted by a court ruling restricting their access…

HotSpots H2O, November 5: Rohingya Refugees Face Uncertain Return Home

/
The Rundown After fleeing Myanmar in August 2017 following widespread,…

HotSpots H2O, October 29: Amazon River Development Imperils Indigenous Communities

/
The Rundown Flowing more than 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers)…

HotSpots H2O, October 22: Lithium Miners Battle for Water in Chile’s Atacama Desert

/
The Rundown The Atacama, the world’s driest desert, contains…

HotSpots H2O, October 15: Special Report on Yemen's Water Crisis

/
The Rundown Since March 2015, a deadly civil war between Houthi…