Inequality and water problems are intensified by climate variability and extreme events, where climate change is generating economic impacts in rural communities. ...

Scientists say that Himalayan mountains are warming between 0.3-0.7°C faster than the global average. Water shortages are forcing relocation. ...

While the world focused on hygiene and sanitation to tackle Covid-19, climate change and the pandemic restrictions left thousands without water. This is the story of two communities that suffered this global problem in different ways. ...

Droughts amplified by climate change are threatening Lake Kenyatta in Kenya, the only freshwater lake in its region of 140,000 people. ...

Authorities in Guatemala are investigating an alleged oil spill, while a poor community claims they lost a key water source. ...

Climate change and an exploding population leaves females at Pakistan's largest city grasping for resources. ...

From September 2020, residents of the Russian-controlled peninsula have running water for only several hours a day. ...

The Tuyuksu glacier is one of the better known in Central Asia. However, all that knowledge is not enough to stop it relentless melting, which puts millions at risk of water shortages. ...

Along with the human costs, the construction of 7 bumper-to-bumper dams within a 50 miles radius of the Kishtwar district can increase the disaster potential in the region ...

Farmers in Egypt are already facing some of the most dire effects of climate change, but new techniques being developed locally are on the way. ...