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The Stream, March 8: Disputes Over Dams, Rivers, and Groundwater

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Water Disputes China is once again eying the Nu River (Salween…

The Stream, November 8: Early Look at Water in U.S. Ballot Results

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Water-quality protection measures were among the 46 conservation-related…

The Stream, October 10: Water and the State of Hunger

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Food Security Approximately 12.5 percent of the global population--or…

The Stream, September 19: A $700 Million Water Pipeline to Cyprus

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Turkey is building a $US 700 million pipeline to transfer water…

The Stream, August 22: Droughts Hit Europe

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Polluted drinking water may have sickened more than 1,000 people…

Dibalok Singha

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Sustainable health for the poor is Dr. Dibalok Singha’s mission.…

The Stream, July 18: Lima, Algal Blooms, and Tibetan Glaciers

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New research based on 30 years of observation suggests that Harmful…

The Stream, June 19: Severe Drought Hits North Korea

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A severe drought has gripped one of North Korea's breadbasket…

The Stream, June 6: Pakistan's Kashmir Hydropower Project

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Asia Pakistan's plans to divert 86 percent of the Neelum River's…

The Stream, May 30: Groundwater Depletion Threatens U.S. Food Security

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Agriculture Groundwater depletion in major food-producing areas…

The Stream, April 3: Mega Water Projects in Asia

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India's proposed mega project to link more than 30 rivers and…

India Supreme Court Again Pushes National River Linking Project to Proceed

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This is the second time the court has promoted the mega-project that would link the major rivers in the north with those in the south as a way to better manage water, moving it from areas of perceived surplus to areas without sufficient supplies.