Salween River, Ban Mae Sam Laep, Mae Hong Son, Thailand photo by Ken Marshall

Salween River Dams Intrude on Contested Land | PODCAST |

The great rivers of Southeast Asia -- the Mekong, Irrawaddy,…

Report: Water, Sanitation Integral to Ending World Hunger

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Droughts, floods, and a lack of clean water slow the elimination of food insecurity in developing nations.

Unstable Slopes: Nepal Landslide Highlights Risk to Lives and Infrastructure in Himalayas

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Triggered by the April 25 earthquake, Kali Gandaki landslide reveals long-term challenges in the world’s highest mountain range.

Nepal Earthquake Damages At Least 14 Hydropower Dams

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Nation's power grid loses more than 30 percent of generating capacity.

Nepal Earthquake Damages Hydropower Dam

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Near the earthquake epicenter, workers were rescued from a dam that is currently under construction by a Chinese company.

Big India Dam, Unfinished and Silent, Could Be Tomb For Giant Hydropower Projects

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Lower Subansiri River construction site was shut in 2011 and never restarted.

Infographic: World Food Supplies Concentrated in Brazil, China, Europe, India, and United States

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The amount of food in storage around the world is on the rise, but stocks are still historically low.

Himalayas Strike Again: Deadly Landslide in Nepal

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Sun Koshi River is blocked, 156 people are dead, and 10 percent…

Uttarakhand Flood Disaster Made Worse By Existing Hydropower Projects, Expert Commission Says

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Report calls for new Himalayan development policy; stirs political battle in New Delhi.

Report: 25% of World's Agriculture Growing in Regions of High Water Stress

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A new study from the World Resources Institute shows the connection between crops and water scarcity.

Mongolia Copper Mine at Oyu Tolgoi Tests Water Supply and Young Democracy

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Mining boom in South Gobi influenced by local and global citizen activism

Water a Key Issue as Developing Countries Drive Growth in Global Food Production

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Growing agricultural sectors pose problems for water management…