An increasing number of the world’s people are facing “extremely high” water stress, but a great deal can still be done to reverse the damage.
There are serious challenges to global food supply everywhere we look. Intensive use of fertilisers in the US Midwest is causing nutrients to run off into rivers and streams, degrading the water quality and causing a Connecticut-size dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico.
The reeling water problem currently facing cities in the Philippines is an outcome of at least three factors, mostly ignored in policy fora.
The Apsara Authority is pumping water into the moat and ponds at Angkor Wat.
The Ministry of Environment and World Wide Fund for Nature on Saturday appealed to the public to help protect the earth.
The day is hot, you’re wiping beads of sweat from your forehead and all you could think about is grabbing a cold, sugary drink to cool down. Most of us have been guilty of this especially when the heat is too much to handle.
Yogita has to fetch water up to six times a day – sometimes going out in the middle of the night – from a hand pump about half a kilometer from her house in India’s Madhya Pradesh state, leaving her baby son with a neighbour.
Furious Venezuelans endure a fourth day of a nationwide blackout.
Bhadri Sarki used to walk for more than an hour to fetch enough water to irrigate just one apple tree.
Water Resources Minister hands over five trucks to provincial and city water departments to help with water issues.
About 600 families in Anglong Veng appeal to build a reservoir due to lack of water.
Water Resources Ministry decides to dig a one-hectare pond to store day-to-day water for the Oddar Meanchey provincial prison.
The government issued a directive yesterday urging farmers to plant and harvest rice only during the dry season this year.
On the last night of 2018, the tourist town of Siem Reap was filled with locals and foreigners who wanted to celebrate the start of another prosperous year. The main roads were decorated with neon lights, and loud music echoed everywhere.
A water treatment facility in Kbal Chhay will resume distributing water after all technical standards are met.
Water Resources Ministry is calling on all Cambodians to conserve water due to fear of drought during the upcoming dry season.
Egypt to hold talks with Ethiopia in the next two weeks over an Ethiopian dam.
The Ministry of Rural Development launches a groundwater monitoring system to counter droughts in seven provinces.
Kampong Cham Authorities are attempting to minimise the effects of drought.
Preah Sihanouk admin. deploys 3 trucks to transport water to waterless families.
Marubeni to invest in water infrastructure.
Sri Lanka lunches the Greater Kurunegala Water Supply and Sewerage Project.
Questions relating to international hydro-politics and the geopolitics of the Mekong River are becoming more imminent as riparian countries compete to get access to water resources, writes Chheang Vannarith.
The general director of the Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority said that the capital is facing a shortage of water.
Ministry of Water Resources says that Mekong river water levels in Stung Treng and Kratie provinces have increased.
A massive underground lake has been detected for the first time on Mars, raising hopes that more water – and maybe even life – exists there, international astronomers said Wednesday.
Environment Ministry to strengthen efforts to protect environment and people’s health.
A new dam project in Ek Phnom is expected to end ongoing drought problems.
In Prangil commune, a canal runs dry as farmers push for its connection to a reservoir.
A popular hill station retreat in northern India is reeling under a water crisis, forcing the state authorities to temporarily shut schools and suspend an officer for negligence.