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An encroaching desert intensifies Nigeria’s farmer-herder crisis

How climate change and human activity are driving violence between farming and pastoralist communities.

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Where is the water going?

Small farmers struggle as ag titans wheel water for profit

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The Gambia’s Water Paradox

How a country with plentiful water resources is failing to provide safe water to its people

Corcoran Is Sinking, and We Might Know Why.

We are excited to announce the publication of our latest partner project with SJV Water and The New York Times on the sinking of a small town in California’s San Joaquin Valley.

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South Africa’s rivers of sewage: More than half of SA’s treatment works are failing

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Water, water everywhere… but not a drop to drink

Disease stalks villages, as Lesotho sells water to South Africa

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“Waterpreneurs” cash in on government failure to deliver clean water to islanders

Struggle for water a daily reality for impoverished Nigerian island residents

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Water crisis ravages City of Kings

Women carry the burden of collecting water for households

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Grape crop brings in millions, but farm workers live a harsh life

Vineyards well watered, while people struggle for water

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Why Las Vegas Is at the Heart of Western States’ Water Conundrums

Without global action, Las Vegas will experience 71 days above 100 degrees Fahrenheit by 2050. The impacts of such climate change are twofold, as less water comes down the Colorado River, and residents use more water in the heat.