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The Stream, April 29: Natural Disasters

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Southern California, Arizona and Nevada are in discussions with…

The Stream, April 20: Damming the Rivers

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Despite international pressure to freeze the development of the…

The Stream, March 21: Water and Security

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The United Nations should promote cooperation in the regions…

The Stream, February 23: The Strategic Power of Water

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Some 50 million environmental refugees will flood the global…

North vs. South—Carolina States Settle Water Dispute Without Supreme Court

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A negotiated agreement ends a three-year conflict between North Carolina and South Carolina over the Catawba and Yadkin rivers.

Peter Gleick: Water and Conflict - The New Water Conflict Chronology

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In an ongoing effort to understand the connections between water resources, water systems, and international security and conflict, the Pacific Institute initiated a project in the late 1980s to track and categorize events related to water and conflict.

Peter Gleick: Whose Water Is It? Water Rights in the Age of Scarcity

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riversbranch Who "owns" what water? Or, if water belongs to the public, who has the right to use it?

Photo Slideshow: The Thirsty West Bank

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In a Drying Land, a Constant Struggle for Water PHOTOGRAPHS…

New Report: Turbid Water Stirs Up Future of Insecurity for Asia

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Asia faces unprecedented water challenges, experts say, but solutions are within reach.

Digital Drought: Australia's Future on Fire in Acclaimed Media Project

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Australia's drought remains severe, but the award-winning interactive…

After Istanbul: Bridges Built and Burned Over Scarce Water

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The United Arab Emirates might be rolling in oil and natural…