Water Shortage Leaves Poorer Mexicans High and Dry in Coronavirus Fight

Water scarcity complicates attempts to sanitize the area amid the spread of the coronavirus disease.

HotSpots H2O: Public to Decide Fate of Contested Brewery in Northern Mexico

The future of a controversial brewery in northern Mexico will be determined by the public, according to statements from Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. 

Manmade Flood Gives Life to Colorado River Delta

A battered ecosystem begins to recover. By Brett Walton,…

U.S., Mexican Scientists Collaborate on Border Aquifer Research

First-ever assessment program confirms boundaries of two shared…

The Stream, January 25: No Water for Timbuktu

Africa Water service, as well as electricity and phone service,…

The Stream, January 15: U.S. Midwest Water Levels

In the Midwest, low water levels are a growing economic concern…

The Stream, December 7: A New Route for Keystone XL?

A 7.3-magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of Japan near the…

U.S. and Mexico Sign Major Deal on Colorado River Issues: Delta Restoration, Infrastructure, Water Sharing

The agreement marks a turn in Colorado River management. Senior…

The Stream, November 21: U.S., Mexico Sign New Colorado River Water Deal

United States Representatives of the United States and Mexico…

Photo Slideshow: Above the Colorado River

A bird's eye view of the Colorado River demonstrates how persistent drought conditions affect the basin and how the southern Nevada region manages its share of what trickles down.

The Stream, August 31: Hurricane Isaac Causes Shipping Headaches on Mississippi

Hurricane Isaac Hurricane Isaac, which hit land Tuesday evening…

The Stream, August 14: Food and Water Relief Measures

France, the United States and G20 president Mexico have scheduled…