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Dam Battles Converge on Cambodia’s 3S Rivers

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The rivers are an ecological bounty in the Mekong watershed. But technical reviews pay little attention to environmental costs of dam building.

As Salt Builds Up in Soils Around The World, Farmers and Conservationists Seek Solutions

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Salinization threatens crops and ecosystems. What can we do?

The Stream, August 28: Stockholm and the Nexus

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This year's Stockholm International Water Week is placing a particular…

The Stream, July 9: Floods in Europe

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Floods and landslides have killed more than 150 people in the…

The Stream, May 3: India’s Water Pollution

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

The Stream, August 16: Climate Refugees

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The deltas of the the Mekong, Irrawaddy, Niger, Nile, Mississippi,…

The Stream, April 26: The Water-Energy-Food Nexus

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Food has quickly become the hidden driver of world politics,…

The Stream, April 20: Damming the Rivers

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Despite international pressure to freeze the development of the…

The Stream, March 4: Water + Energy

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With just a few days before China unveils its development plan…

The Stream, March 1: What’s Choking China’s Growth?

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Pollution and growing demand for resources threaten to halt China's…

Report Urges 10-Year Freeze in Mekong Hydropower Projects

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The study responds to the growing private sector interest in the Lower Mekong Basin.

The Himalayas: A Special Report

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Floods, droughts, wildfires, windstorms, water contamination and illnesses plague the 1.3 billion people who live in the watersheds directly supplied by glacial melt from the Hindu Kush-Himalaya region.