Amazon basin is in transition to an anthropogenic disturbance-dominated regime, mainly driven by globalisation

International support is urgently needed to strengthen national efforts to increase …

Drought in the Amazon can cause local caiman extirpations, spike human-caiman conflict

Drought conditions have previously been cited as a potential factor in increased alligator …

Drought in the Amazon: A tragedy announced

The severe drought affecting the Amazon is producing a human and environmental tragedy in …

Drought in the Amazon: Understanding the causes and the need for an immediate action plan to save the biome

Only with coordinated and decisive action will we be able to mitigate the impacts of …

Fixing its Development Plan might be the solution to Mumbai’s flooding woes

Reducing concretisation in the city is crucial, allowing for more permeable surfaces. A …

Water has long been used as a tactical weapon in warfare

The pummelling of Gaza and the destruction of its water systems by Israel is only the …

Cauvery, Karnataka’s deep anguish

The current distribution of Cauvery waters is unfair to Karnataka and its roots lie in the …

The real climate warriors

Communities in the desert of Rajasthan this year made full use of the very heavy rain that …

World Water Week 2023: We must invest in natural solutions like spring revival for water security

Time to move away from a hard-engineering approach and embrace nature-based solutions for …

Revolutionising water sustainability: Israel’s desalination success and how India can benefit

Collective endeavours of governments, industries and communities hold the key to …

Olympic swimming in the Seine highlights efforts to clean up city rivers worldwide

The growth in awareness of the important role that blue spaces play in human health and …

Managing microplastic pollution is important for meeting sustainable development goals in India

Microplastics are a significant environmental problem and pose risks to marine life, …

India’s farmers need financial motivation to check indiscriminate use of groundwater for irrigation

A paradigm shift in technology, agronomic practices and support to farmers is need of the hour

Unravelling Hindon’s pollution and pursuit of sustainable solutions 

Despite governmetal, judicial intervention, illegal dyeing units continue to operate & …

920 million people could face conflict over the world’s rivers by 2050: What our study found in Africa

There’s a real risk that conflicts over sharing water resources will become more …

The destroyed Kakhovka dam once symbolised Russian-Ukrainian harmony

When the dam was under construction, the oppression of Josef Stalin’s rule and the …

How Uttar Pradesh is moving towards water sustainability

Despite the efforts made by the state government, there are still challenges in the …

Lessons from Bellandur: Governments should allocate more resources to monitor, protect lakes

They should focus on judicial utilisation of the water census reports and identify plans to …

Where are the world’s water stresses?

Around the world, significant issues are negatively impacting water security. While the …

Satellite images show that Spain is in danger of drying out one of the main wetlands in Europe

Doñana National Park owes its importance to its marshes and ponds that …

Is new-age environmentalism narrowing down to planting saplings?

Planting saplings is undoubtedly a good idea, but considering it as the panacea …

Ukraine war: What we know about Nova Kakhovka dam and who gains from its destruction

A major dam in Russia-occupied southern Ukraine suffered a collapse June 6, 2023