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The Stream, January 23: Andean Glacier Melt a Risk to Water Supply

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Water Supply A new study about Andean glaciers found that the…

The Stream, March 27: Uncertain Future for Shale Gas in Poland

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Shale gas drilling is off to a disappointing start for investors…

The Stream, November 30: Climate Change, Energy, and the Hottest Years on Record

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The United Kingdom has been secretly lending its support to Canada's…

The Stream, October 25: Flood Crisis in Southeast Asia

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Climate change manifests itself most visibly through water. But…

The Stream, August 18: Floods in Pakistan

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A year after heavy monsoon rains devastated southern Pakistan,…

The Stream, February 25: Toxic Clean-up

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South Africa has pledged $168 million to clean the toxic water…

Q&A: One Man's Fight to Save the Aral Sea

As the Aral Sea gains global recognition as the most extreme kind of environmental disaster, Yusup Kamalov, chairman of the Union for the Defense of the Aral Sea and Amudarya, shares an expert's perspective.

International Cooperation Needed to Save Aral Sea, UN Secretary-General

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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visits During a visit to five former Soviet republics, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon encouraged Central Asian leaders to work together to keep the Aral Sea from disappearing.

Water Becomes a Pawn In Central Asian Energy Dispute

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Uzbekistan exits the regional energy grid and Tajikistan vows to complete world's tallest dam.

Changing Climate Complicates Central Asian Water Management

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Glacier mass in Kyrgyzstan’s Tien Shan Mountains decreased 20 percent in the last 50 years, mostly in the last two decades.

New Project Resurrects Hope for Dying Aral Sea

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“Good news – the mother sea is coming,” says a sign hanging…