#heatwaves News

As the world warms up and the population rises, water shortages are a growing problem.
China's dam-building on the Mekong River is altering water flows and holding back sediment, affecting millions living downstream.
A rethink of global water security is needed as knowledge grows about the role of nature and climate, analysts say.
As theories circulate that climate change could benefit some farmers, one in China’s Northwest faces harsher realities.
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#heatwaves Opinion

Countries like Colombia should plan to provide for communities whose livelihoods were previously tied to fossil fuels.
In the World Economic Forum’s 2023 Global Risks Report, nine of the ten biggest risks for the next decade have a water-related component.
Better water access and sanitation is a social and public good, and it needs investment.
As cities grow and heat up, it’s time to get rid of your air-conditioner and have more plants in your homes.
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