Groundwater Shared by Countries Is Knowledge Void

Management of transboundary aquifers is on the United Nations…

Popularity of Big Hydropower Projects Diminishes Around the World

Big water, cost-savings from new wind and solar construction.

Q&A: Elynn Walter on the Sustainable Development Goal for Drinking Water

Elynn Walter is the sustainability director at WASH Advocates, a Washington, D.C.-based initiative that aims to increase awareness of the global water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) challenge and solutions, and to increase the amount and effectiveness of resources devoted to those solutions throughout the developing world. She talks with Circle of Blue about the Sustainable Development subgoal to achieve universal drinking water access.

The Stream, January 18: The Xayaburi Dam, Water Rationing, and Argentine Corn

Rivers Vietnam and Cambodia urged Laos to halt its controversial…

The Stream, November 7: Storm Poised to Bring More Flooding to U.S. East Coast

President Obama Wins Re-election The U.S. energy industry is…

The Stream, September 4: Global Tensions Over Shared Water

Global Tensions over Shared Water Tanzania and Malawi have agreed…

The Stream, August 17: Has Work Resumed on Laos’ Mekong Dam?

Despite assurances from Laos that work on its controversial Xayaburi…

The Stream, August 10: Rain Collapses Section of China’s Great Wall

Rains and Floods Continue in Asia Days of heavy rain caused…

The Stream, July 4: Controversy Continues Over Laos Dam

Researchers have warned that the steady decline in world water-monitoring…

The Stream, June 8: A Tipping Point for World Climate and Resources

A study by European scientists warns that large geoengineering…

The Stream, May 3: India’s Water Pollution

After years of drought, water is again flowing in the Jordan…

The Stream, February 24: South Africa Invests in Energy

Energy South Africa may invest $78 billion in new nuclear power…