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The Stream, October 24: Poor Food Outlook After Nigeria Floods

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The worst flooding Nigeria has seen in 50 years has destroyed…

The Stream, October 12: Shell in Court Over Nigeria Oil Spills

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The world must improve land and water management in order to…

The Stream, October 5: Drought Compounds Humanitarian Crisis in Sahel

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Oxfam has urged the World Bank to stop its support of large-scale…

Support for UN Water Treaty Accelerates

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Progress on the treaty, which deals with transboundary water basins, or those shared by two or more countries, had stalled — until a major conservation group got involved.

The Stream, August 6: U.S. Drought Expands to 64 Percent

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Drought Drought has reached 64 percent of the area of the 48…

The Stream, June 26: U.S. Supreme Court Awards Georgia in Tri-State Water Dispute

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Tough verdict on Rio+20 from author George Monbiot: governments…

The Stream, May 11: Top Scientists Say Water + Energy = Linked Issues

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Energy and Climate The world's top scientists are urging governments…

The Stream, April 24: New Estimate of the Niger Delta Oil Spill

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Water Pollution Shell's oil spill on the Niger Delta was at…

The Stream, April 5: What Is Causing the Water Crisis in Ghana and Nigeria?

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Policy & Accountability Pollution, political unrest and corruption…

The Stream, December 23: Water Concerns In Argentina

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Water access and use are a concern in Argentina, where 11 percent…

The Stream, August 25: Dams - China's Ticking Time Bombs

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Southern Weekend, one of China’s major investigative news agencies,…

From Coal Seam to Fracking, Unconventional Gas Industry Faces Opposition in Australia and South Africa

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As an energy boom, propelled by natural gas, continues to gather steam, mining and drilling companies square off with landowners around the globe over who has the right to resources that are located deep below ground.