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Alaska Seeks River Protections Against British Columbia Mines | PODCAST |

State and provincial leaders cooperate on threat to transboundary…

Global HotSpots H2O: January 17, 2017

The Global Rundown The Syrian government claims that a deal…

‘Standing Rock Is Everywhere:’ An Interview with Judith LeBlanc of the Native Organizers Alliance | PODCAST |

When members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe set up camp on…
Michigan Infrastructure J. C. Ganter

H2O Hotspots 2016 Year in Review | PODCAST |

In this special year end round table, Circle of Blue reporters…
Salween River, Ban Mae Sam Laep, Mae Hong Son, Thailand photo by Ken Marshall

Salween River Dams Intrude on Contested Land | PODCAST |

The great rivers of Southeast Asia -- the Mekong, Irrawaddy,…

Water Security: Freedom from Intolerable Water-Related Risks | PODCAST |

Large-scale drought in southern Africa. Floods in North Korea…
Located in the central arid region of Tunisia, Metlaoui sees periodic bursts of rainfall which can cause flash floods. In 2009, floods damaged the cities main railroad, a vital line for the regions mining operations.

Tunisia’s Thirst Uprising: A Nation on the Edge

Despite major gains since the Arab Spring, Tunisia's future remains…
Satellite details from July 19, 2016 showing wildfires and smoke blanketing parts of Siberia. NASA/JPL

Projecting Global Water Supplies With A New Tool

ISciences develops predictive model for anticipating water stress. The…