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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Greeks stand up to protect their water from privatization
A Greek initiative seeks to establish a network of 16 cooperatives in Thessaloniki to manage a truly public water company.
Examining how rainfall variability, food security and migration interact
An innovative look at how rainfall variability and food insecurity are drivers for migration.
Water and sustainable land use in the Wakhan Valley
With help from the PALM project, farmers in the Pamir Mountains are trying new approaches to improve land productivity.
Cuba seeks to guarantee food supplies in changing climate
Farmers in Cuba are coming up with alternatives to keep food on the table during times of drought, heavy rains or hurricanes.
Putting water back in public hands
Despite the promising perspectives of remunicipalisation of water services, the commercialisation of water continues.
Creative thinking aids freshwater science communication
The BioFresh project is using innovative ways of communicating to illustrate the science and importance of freshwater biodiversity.
Water for life: an African photo exhibit
Photographer Peter Bregg travelled through Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia documenting projects that aim to ease the struggle so many face in accessing clean water.
The making of World Water Wars
Filmmaker Sam Bozzo shares what it was like to make a documentary about people around the world fighting for their basic right to water.
Water prospects in the 21st century
As global population grows and becomes wealthier, the world's water supplies will be under increasing stress.
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