#Water

  • Article: Indigenous People Need a Say on Water Rights, UN Expert Urges

    Indigenous People Need a Say on Water Rights, UN Expert Urges

    Aug. 30, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Indigenous knowledge could be key in making smart decisions about water, but is being left out. Read more

  • Article: World's Dwindling Water Supplies Bring Greater Risk of Conflict: Report

    World's Dwindling Water Supplies Bring Greater Risk of Conflict: Report

    Aug. 22, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Approximately 40% of the world's population is dependent on transboundary water. Read more

  • Article: UK Water Companies Vow to Plant 11 Million Trees to Go Carbon-Neutral

    UK Water Companies Vow to Plant 11 Million Trees to Go Carbon-Neutral

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 19, 2019

    They want to protect the country’s bodies of water. Read more

  • Article: Plants Around the World Are Struggling to Grow as Atmosphere Dries Up

    Plants Around the World Are Struggling to Grow as Atmosphere Dries Up

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Aug. 16, 2019

    This trend will only worsen. Read more

  • Article: The World Is Using Natural Resources Faster Than Ever Before

    The World Is Using Natural Resources Faster Than Ever Before

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|July 30, 2019

    “We have only got one Earth.” Read more

  • Article: India’s 6th Biggest City Is Running Out of Water

    India’s 6th Biggest City Is Running Out of Water

    By Joe McCarthy|June 20, 2019

    And the country faces a disastrous heat wave. Read more

  • Article: Scientists Just Found a 'Radical'  Way to Create More Drinking Water

    Scientists Just Found a 'Radical' Way to Create More Drinking Water

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|May 9, 2019

    It’s also cheaper and far more environmentally friendly. Read more

  • Article: Kentucky's Water Crisis Is Part of a Larger $1 Trillion Reckoning in the US

    Kentucky’s Water Crisis Is Part of a Larger $1 Trillion Reckoning in the US

    By Lindsay Powers|April 18, 2019

    What's happening in Kentucky could soon spread in the US without $1 trillion in fixes. Read more