NEWS: Scientists warn greenhouse gas emissions will cause bigger swings in ocean levels, threatening vulnerable coastal communities
ANALYSIS: Natural infrastructure is boosting Nairobi’s resilience to water extremes, but this approach can struggle to attract investment
NEWS: Rainwater harvesting has transformed Rajasthan, and could be used to combat the effects of climate change
NEWS: Drought-hit Brazil is turning to the solar energy source once dubbed a fantasy by the country’s president
NEWS: Efforts to solve China’s water crisis − exacerbated by economic growth, climate change and a rising population – are having opposite effect
NEWS: How tackling water scarcity in Burkina Faso brought men, a beer brewing business and a donkey to village of women
Released for World Water Day, Sustain’s new water calculator warns one latte needs 710 litres of water to produce
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Watergy represents the strong link between water and energy. The Alliance to Save Energy explains how they have implemented their efficiency programme across the planet.
UN climate change chief calls selection of Qatar as host of next UN climate change summit, a “great opportunity”.
Water entrepreneur Edwin Broni-Mensah speaks to RTCC about his company GiveMeTap, which aims to re-introduce consumers to tap-water.
Official says adaptation plans will not be disrupted as the country looks to shift populations to its most resilient islands.
New report highlights acute water shortages developing world could face as climate changes over next three decades.
New research, mapping global flows of water consumption, aims to highlight the global approach needed when adapting sustainable national water footprints.
Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi says ‘water more important than oil’ for Middle East.
Darren Hughes, head of public affairs at the Rothamsted Research Institute, explores how smarter communications could prompt more effective climate action.