Landowners receive billions in subsidies to protect watersheds - study
With a growing global population and increased demand, governments are struggling with how to provide everyone with enough water to drink
Paris rolls out public waste sorting stations to boost recycling
FRANCE-ENVIRONMENT/WASTE:Paris rolls out public waste sorting stations to boost recycling
FEATURE-'Leopard skin' plan helps Cambodia farmers stay on large land concessions
"Land titles have been issued to villagers with help from the company"
WIDER IMAGE-Lack of fuel, guns hits Brazil's Amazon guardians
"The loggers are better equipped than we are"
Anti-pipeline protesters told to leave North Dakota camp by Dec. 5
Demonstrators plan a march at noon Sunday in Washington, from the Department of Justice to the Washington Monument
Anti-pipeline protesters arrested at North Dakota shopping mall
The incident marked the latest in a string of protests against the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline, being built to carry Bakken shale oil to Illinois
Britain to Trump: "No vacancy" for Farage as ambassador
USA-TRUMP/BRITAIN-FARAGE-VACANCY (UPDATE 1, PIX):UPDATE 1-Britain tells Trump: "There is no vacancy" for Farage as ambassador to United States
U.S. charges Turkish, Iranian nationals with evading Iran sanctions
USA-IRAN/CHARGES:U.S. charges Turkish, Iranian nationals with evading Iran sanctions
Palm oil's green body comes under fire from activists
Between 1990 and 2010, up to 3.5 million hectares of forests were cut down for palm oil plantations in Indonesia, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea
Cambodia digs into sand mining industry as beaches and crabs vanish
As cities across Asia expand, and demand for construction materials rises, campaigners say large-scale sand mining has seriously impacted coastal ecosystems and the land itself.