Heavy Rains Unleash Mudslides, Destruction in Peru

A “coastal El Nino” jeopardizes lives and infrastructure.

Report: Lima Citizens Shoulder the Financial Burden of Water Insecurity

In Peru’s capital city, vulnerable communities pay a premium for water as poor infrastructure, population growth, and climate change pressure supplies.

Water Left Out Of Lima Climate Negotiations

A month after water supply was a central feature of a U.S. –…

Infographic: Toxic Algae in Ohio Drinking Water Sources

Algae toxins have been found in seven lakes, reservoirs, and rivers that supply drinking water to 1 million people.

Seven Ohio Drinking Water Sources Don’t Meet State Water Quality Standards for Toxic Algae

Lack of testing requirements inhibits more thorough review of…

Growth in Lima, Peru’s Capital, Served Without Water

Ubiquitous water trucks are a guide to Peru's swelling metropolis. Photo…

The Stream, September 28: Brazil’s Agricultural Future Buoyed by Water

Days of heavy rainfall have swollen rivers in the United Kingdom,…

The Stream, July 18: Lima, Algal Blooms, and Tibetan Glaciers

New research based on 30 years of observation suggests that Harmful…

Wet season could compound mining problems in Peru

LIMA, Peru -- With the approaching rains threatening to destabilize…