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Stacey Travis

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For more than 15 years, Stacey Travis was a television producer…

Erin Huber

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Erin Huber grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, near the Great Lakes,…

The Stream, September 18: Water-Energy Nexus and WASH for Children

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Oil and Water Ahead of the worldwide Global Frackdown planned…
Water Conflict Map

Water As A Weapon — Weapons For Water

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Following devastating news of poisoned children in Afghanistan, reporter Codi Yeager look at water security and conflicts around the globe.

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, October 19: Drought Unleashes Red Tide in Texas Gulf

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The largest red tide algae bloom since 2000 is gripping the Texas…

The Stream, September 12: Botswana Bushmen Revive Crucial Water Source

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Botswana Bushmen in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve have re-opened…

The Stream, June 15: The Cost of Nuclear Phase-Out

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A survey by the Asahi newspaper shows that nearly three-quarters…

Do It and Prove It—Information Technology Opens Up the Water Sector

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Organizations are creating tech tools to shine light on water supply operations—and improve service.
Ugandans Return Home

Ugandans Return Home to a Demolished Water Infrastructure

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More than 20 years of conflict in northern Uganda have led to an abandoned and destroyed water infrastructure, as most citizens lack access to sanitary drinking water.

Water Shortages Trigger Domestic Violence in Uganda

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watercarryafrica In many Ugandan families, water users are equal, but some are more equal than others.

Kenya to Fence out Farmers From National Parks

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kenyadryriver Kenya is planning to put electric fences around its major national parks and to increase the number of armed guards to protect water resources from farmers