Google boils down water data for new U.N. environment site
"It's basically a time slide"
'Everything we’ve heard about urbanization turns out to be wrong’
Researchers contest widely-accepted United Nations' predictions on urban population growth
Forced to walk miles, India water crisis hits rural women hardest
About 200,000 Indians die every year due to inadequate access to safe water, and 600 million face high to extreme water stress
From stinky seaweed to sick fish, warming oceans threaten livelihoods
Climate change will reduce the productivity of fisheries in the world's exclusive economic zones by up to 12 percent by 2050
Half of climate action plans neglect people in danger, say researchers
The lack of focus on vulnerable groups is "a critical concern", says report from Overseas Development Institute
How does innovation build climate resilience in the Sahel?
This paper examines five innovations from the BRACED programme working with vulnerable Sahelian populations, drawing lessons for other resilience-building efforts.
When the ground opened: horizontal landslides empty Kenyan villages
Heavy rain has brought more than just flooding to the village of Gitugu: it has torn apart the very ground beneath people's homes and fields
World's fish consumption unsustainable, U.N. warns
A report found that a third of the world's oceans are overfished
Let’s talk: Involving women in decisions boosts resilience
How can we promote inclusive decision-making among men and women?
In India's parched Bundelkhand, drought brings a tide of migration
As lengthening drought becomes the new normal, a parched region between India's Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh states is clearing out