Severe Drought Grips Bolivia

Failed rains, shrinking glaciers, and growing demands from cities, agriculture, and mining put pressure on Bolivia's water supplies.
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Salween River, Ban Mae Sam Laep, Mae Hong Son, Thailand photo by Ken Marshall

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The great rivers of Southeast Asia -- the Mekong, Irrawaddy,…
Located in the central arid region of Tunisia, Metlaoui sees periodic bursts of rainfall which can cause flash floods. In 2009, floods damaged the cities main railroad, a vital line for the regions mining operations.

Tunisia’s Thirst Uprising: A Nation on the Edge

Despite major gains since the Arab Spring, Tunisia's future remains…

World Bank Tribunal Rules Against El Salvador Gold Mine Involved in Water Conflict

El Dorado decision, seven years in the making, raises risk of…

Drought-Hit Zimbabwe Unravels Amid Humanitarian, Economic, and Political Crises

Protests threaten to unseat Mugabe government, while four million people face hunger.

IUCN World Congress Signals New Direction For Conservation

Urgency of climate change and environmental degradation requires novel mindset to protect water, forests, and oceans.

North America Clean Energy Plan Could Boost Canadian Hydropower

Leaders pledge more use of low-carbon fuels. By Brett…

India’s Severe Drought Causing Havoc

Water scarcity forces millions of people off of farms and into…

Understanding Water Risks Drives Global Investors

Finance managers develop tools to avoid losses.

Water-Related Risks Strand $Billions in Energy, Mining, Power Projects

Droughts, floods, and civic opposition cause huge losses.