Cape Town is running out of water. Israel offers some lessons on how to avoid that fate.
Beijing is building hydroelectric dams and dredging to allow bigger boats as worries of environmental devastation grow.
As New Delhi and Islamabad trade nuclear threats and deadly attacks, a brewing war over shared water resources threatens to turn up the violence.
Mothers in the Indian state of Punjab say the water has rendered them infertile -- claims that researchers support but that the government laughs off.
2014 Global Thinker Arye Kohavi and writer Charles Fishman explain why the world’s water problems are solvable — if it weren’t for the clunky policies standing in the way.
America's water-rich neighbor to the north is seeing green in the Golden State's dry rivers and dead crops.