Crop failure in one part of the world can mean a bonanza to growers elsewhere
The 400 million people who depend on the predictability of the River Nile face an uncertain future.
Communities looking to reduce fossil fuel use find opportunity in energy-hogging treatment plants.
The Los Angeles River – as faded and forgotten a Hollywood starlet as there ever was – could be poised for a comeback.
What do we buy, and at what cost, when we give to nonprofits?
India’s fight to save the Ganges
Norway looks to save skiing with climate-friendly snow
District of Columbia rolls out first environmental impact bond in U.S.
First new invasive species found in Great Lakes since 2006
Sewage plans generate more CO2 than expected: study
Silently, quickly, and completely: the world’s lakes in peril
Iraqi marshes officially designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site
Sustainable cotton slow to catch on with big brands
How infrastructure helps determine the risk of violence following drought
The Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint river system brings precious water to three states. If only they could all get along.