Mexico’s “Water Forest” provides water for 23 million people in one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas.
On a recent visit to eastern Colombia, I was glad to see that conservation agreements are having an impact.
Three million people depend on fish from Cambodia’s highly threatened Tonle Sap Lake.
How many visitors to Angkor Wat consider what led its creators to abandon the largest city of its time?
In the next 15-20 years, the world will need 30% more water, 45% more energy and 50% more food.
These women play a critical role in their communities, yet they rarely get the credit they deserve.
By clearing debris and planting trees, we can help Samoan villagers be better prepared for the next storm.
Despite their reverence for nature, local communities were unaware of how certain actions could damage ecosystems.
Given global reliance on hydropower, saying “no” to all dam construction is not a realistic solution.
As global water scarcity accelerates, the Guiana Shield’s ample water supply could become even more precious.