Stonewall 50: Where next for LGBTQ+ lives?
Major achievements have been made in the progress for LGBTQ+ rights, but challenges remain around the world.
Thirsty Singapore taps into innovation to secure its water future
Facing growing water stress and worried about tensions over imports from Malaysia, Singapore is harnessing innovative technology and policy to shore up its water supplies
'We live in fear': Facing dry times, rural South Africans rethink water
As climate change and population growth bring more water scarcity, drought-hit villages are are adapting - but conflict over limited water is growing
Is our love of avocados drying Chile's water supplies?
In Petorca, in Chile's Valparaiso region, local people and small avocado farmers say the arrival of big commercial avocado companies more than a decade ago has led to increasingly severe water shortfalls.
City of Dry Lakes | Bangalore in 360
The Indian tech capital of Bangalore is paying a high price for years of rapid urbanisation: Taps that are running dry, as water shortages grow and expanses of the city rely on water delivered by tanker truck.
Land of Little Rain
The water in California's eastern Owens Valley has for a century flowed south to Los Angeles. But climate change and court decisions about indigenous water rights may force a rethink of how California uses and shares water.
From darkness to light
Women bring light to remote villages on islands of Zanzibar
From camel to cup
From camel to cup: Camel milk froths hopes in drought-hit Kenya
Guardians of the Forest
On the frontline with the Guardians of the Forest
When disasters and conflicts collide: Colombia
Displaced by fighting then by mudslides, Colombians struggle to rebuild