Women, LGBT people 'invisible' victims of disasters – experts
It's clear they're being disproportionately affected "but what is missing is the hard evidence of how," says one disaster risk specialist
Drought-hit Kenyans find gold in tea trees - but for how long?
"Life is better for us now. I am happy," says one farmer who has begun growing the new better-earning crop
WIDER IMAGE-Indonesia aims to banish toxic waste from lifeline river
INDONESIA-RIVER/ (PIX, TV, GRAPHIC):WIDER IMAGE-Indonesia aims to banish toxic waste from lifeline river
With pumps and canals, Sri Lanka’s capital moves to cut worsening flood risk
As extreme rainfall increases as a result of climate change, Colombo is moving to keep itself above the floodwater tide
Search for new urban water sparks conflict in parched Malawi
An effort to shore up water to Blantyre is drawing protests from people who say "we can't serve Blantyre before we serve ourselves"
Google starts taking payments for apps via Kenya's M-Pesa service
KENYA-SAFARICOM/GOOGLE:Google starts taking payments for apps via Kenya's M-Pesa service
Oil that reached Japan shores seen from sunken Iran tanker -Coast Guard
CHINA-SHIPPING/ACCIDENT (URGENT):Oil that reached Japan shores seen from sunken Iran tanker -Coast Guard
Water crises are hitting our economies: Time to hit back with natural infrastructure
We need natural infrastructure - like forests, swamps, aquifers and grasslands - to overcome droughts and floods
European cities need to adapt now to future drought, floods - researchers
"Cities need to start thinking about adapting now, or even yesterday"
Fearing tourist drought, Cape Town charts a new relationship with water
"Even if it rains tomorrow, we can never go back to the old way of consuming water"