#Drought

  • Article: India’s forests were burning silently until one woman raised her voice
    Environment

    India’s forests were burning silently until one woman raised her voice

    By Yosola Olorunshola|May 6, 2016

    Taking on a burning problem to protect India’s forests. Read more

  • Article: Why Zimbabwe is selling its elephants, lions, rhinos
    Environment

    Why Zimbabwe is selling its elephants, lions, rhinos

    By Travis W. Lyon|May 5, 2016

    Zimbabwe is selling wildlife from its national parks as a drought causes crisis Read more

  • Article: This man is giving away 10,000 liters of water a day to drought-stricken neighbors
    Water & Sanitation

    This man is giving away 10,000 liters of water a day to drought-stricken neighbors

    By Joe McCarthy|April 29, 2016

    More than 330 million people are struggling from droughts in India. Read more

  • Article: Why the Himalayan glaciers may be the most important in the world
    Environment

    Why the Himalayan glaciers may be the most important in the world

    By Joe McCarthy|April 22, 2016

    India is the most vulnerable country to climate change. Read more

  • Article: El Niño lifts California reservoirs to capacity, but is it enough to end the drought?
    Water & Sanitation

    El Niño lifts California reservoirs to capacity, but is it enough to end the drought?

    By Joe McCarthy|March 14, 2016

    With the current model, the state needs above-average rainfall every year just to scrape by. Read more

  • Article: Farmers in India turn to selling blood for cash
    Food & Hunger

    Farmers in India turn to selling blood for cash

    By Meghan Werft|Feb. 19, 2016

    The blood money you haven’t heard of. Read more

  • Article: War ravaged Yemen is harvesting fog
    Water & Sanitation

    War ravaged Yemen is harvesting fog

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 16, 2016

    A river in the sky is saving lives. Read more

  • Article: A grounds-eye view of Southern Africa's historic drought
    Environment

    A grounds-eye view of Southern Africa's historic drought

    By Mark Leon Goldberg|Feb. 13, 2016|DAWNS Digest

    Farmers have gotten used to a pattern Read more