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Bolivian Village Wants Compensation for Climate Change Adaptation

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Alternative climate summit opens April 20 in Bolivia to address concerns of the world’s poor.

The Struggle for Indigenous and Freshwater Rights at Copenhagen and Beyond

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For two weeks in Copenhagen last month climate negotiators debated carbon levels, emissions, and balancing the financial burden of saving the planet among developed and developing countries. Still, even as international leaders wrestled with the complex mix of geopolitics, science, economics, and diplomacy, another important ingredient in the climate crisis was barely mentioned: the effect of the warming planet on the Earth's freshwater.

Melting Glaciers, Drought Jeopardize Bolivian Capital's Water

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Planned migrations to water-rich areas are being considered as an emergency option as La Paz's water supply hangs in the balance.

Argentine Glacier Outgrows Climate Change

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Under the strong Patagonian sun, a glacier is glowing with health despite the effects of global warming.

FLOW: Documentary humanizes international water politics

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Described as water's Inconvenient Truth, recently released…