Sand dams protect water for drought-hit pastoralists in Kenya
As droughts take hold, simple sand deposits, built in rivers, can be a lifeline for pastoralists in East Africa
Peru's deadly floods ring alarm bell for Latin America cities
Surging urban populations across cities in Latin America - a result of mass migration from rural to urban areas - make them vulnerable to floods
FEATURE-Solar boreholes, irrigated crops throw lifeline to Kenyan herders
Many Kenyan livestock keepers are losing their animals to drought - but some are staying afloat by using solar-powered pumps and growing vegetables
Praying for rain in Ethiopia
Three generations of Ethiopian drought-survivors carry on through yet another year of failed rains
From water consumers to water conservers
Waste water reuse and recycling can reduce drudgery for women
From floating homes to fish ponds, $10 mln award backs solutions to floods
"Our intention is to shift the priorities so that people invest before the event, so they don't have to invest as much after"
Faced with rising seas, French Polynesia ponders floating islands
Could small islands threatened by sea level rise find a new future afloat?
Wastewater and the circular economy
A circular economy promotes sustainable social development by embracing principles of equity, justice and accountability