The Stream, March 20: Water Security Threats in Asia and the Pacific

Asia and the Pacific Lack of access to safe water in Pacific…

The Stream, July 31: Earth’s Land Has Warmed 1.5 Degrees Over Past 250 Years

The Earth's land has warmed by 1.5 degrees Celsius over the past…

The Stream, March 13: South American Gold Rush Triggers Worries Over Water

What are "social-environmental" conflicts? Why are mining projects…

The Stream, February 2: Argentina’s Drought

Shallow canals and low water levels in Argentina have grounded…

The Stream, July 20: The Climate-Food Connection

The U.S. Department of Agriculture urges more study of the climate-food…

The Stream, July 12: The Melting Arctic

TransCanada Corp, the company that hopes to build the Keystone…
Shanghai Drought

Rains Bring Relief For Six-Month China Drought, But Chronic Water Problems Loom

Although now satiated, the dry spell is the latest in a growing trend of severe water shortages threatening China's food production, energy generation, and accelerating modernization.
France Drought Europe

Extreme Weather Hampers Grain Production — Droughts in France and Germany, Floods in Ohio

Two of the world's most important crops, corn and wheat, are on track to meet global demand, despite water woes.

China’s Other Looming Choke Point: Food Production

The Yellow River Basin is the center of a contest over water, energy, and agriculture.

World Bank Report Endorses Integrated Approach to Water Management

Rising population growth and food demand coupled with climate change will test World Bank’s water resource strategy