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

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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

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

China and Netherlands to Research Novel Form of Large-scale Tidal Power

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The long-term goal: a project with a power capacity greater than the world's second-largest hydropower dam.

The Stream, September 7: Pesticides Exact Big Toll on Health and Environment

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Heavy downpours triggered floods and caused roofs to collapse…

The Stream, August 24: Brutal Attack Over Land and Water in Kenya

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In the worst attack since post-election violence in Kenya four…

The Stream, August 8: Rice — A Bright Spot for Global Food

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Global affected 20,000 farmers and ruined about 6,500 hectares…

The Stream, June 20: Maryland's Million-year-old Water

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Maryland is sitting atop an aquifer containing water that is…

The Stream, June 19: Severe Drought Hits North Korea

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

Global Gold Rush: The Price of Mining Pursuits On The Water Supply

Water supplies remain key to the global boom in gold mining, driven by high demand and near-record prices.

The Stream, June 13: Land Grabs Threaten Africa's Water

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Large-scale foreign investment in Africa's farmland is a threat…

Water & Weapons Part II: Water Hostages in Egypt

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Farmers use tourists as leverage to get water.

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…