Chinese dams held back Mekong waters during drought, study finds

A study says water levels measured downstream from China along the Thai-Lao border were at times up to 3 metres lower than they should have been.

In war, dirty water more dangerous to children than violence, says UNICEF

Most vulnerable are young children under age 5, who are 20 times more likely to die from diseases than violence.

Speaking of Water – Water Conflict Chronology

Podcast interview with Dr. Peter Gleick discussing violence associated with fresh water

Islamic State Occupation Wrecks Iraq Environment and Infrastructure

UNEP report provides initial tally of contaminated sites and destroyed water systems.

Water Security: Freedom from Intolerable Water-Related Risks | PODCAST |

Large-scale drought in southern Africa. Floods in North Korea…

India and Pakistan Water Tensions Escalate to The Hague

Hydropower projects spark discord in the Indus River Basin, but water management challenges go deeper.

Climate Change Effects On Conflict Are Complex, Tenuous, And Misunderstood

Climate change is here, but will we fight over it?