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HotSpots H2O: Ongoing Madagascar Famine Is Driven By Poverty, Not Climate Change

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A new study shows the vulnerability of the world’s poorest nations even without climate breakdown, its authors say.

Rising Cost of Water in Michigan Leads to Affordability Problems

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A growing number of Michigan households are burdened by high water bills, report finds.

Utah’s Water Dilemma

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Record-breaking drought along the Wasatch Front forces tough decisions about water supply.

HotSpots H2O: Unusually Powerful ‘Atmospheric River’ Pummels British Columbia and Pacific Northwest

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This summer’s heat wave and wildfires weakened the landscape’s ability to absorb rainfall, further contributing to the destruction.

HotSpots H2O: In Afghanistan, Political Upheaval Aggravates Drought-Fueled Famine

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Drought, a financial crisis, and political collapse are accelerating the country’s decline into all-out famine.

Households Still Have Not Received Aid from New Federal Water Bill Assistance Program

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A new federal assistance program is slow to launch.

HotSpots H2O: World Spending on Climate Adaptation Must Increase Five- or Tenfold

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While climate adaptation planning is more widespread than ever, the U.N. says the gap between current spending and needed funding is enormous, and widening.

Climate Change Grips Trout Streams Across the Nation:

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Across the country, anglers have watched as droughts, floods, and high temperatures batter the rivers they depend on.