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A new device, developed at ETH Zurich, could help communities under water scarce conditions to harvest water directly from the air
Maida Bilal risked all to prevent contractors building a dam on the river near her home in Bosnia Herzegovina
An EU project has revealed the extent of river fragmentation in Europe
 Water scarcity is predicted to rise – two experts share their predictions for the future 
The controversial practice of cloud-seeding has always been difficult to measure – a new method offers hope
The Nile is home to mysteries both ancient and modern – these scientists may have got to the bottom of two long-debated questions
While the country is still reeling from the shock of Hurricane Dorian, the most powerful Atlantic storm to hit the island nation since records began, a study by Stanford University highlights the potential of nature-based protection to minimise future damage
Increased rainfall intensity, predicted to occur as the climate changes, could benefit groundwater levels in nine African countries
An artificial intelligence tool can predict where conflicts related to water scarcity are most likely to arise
Hundreds of historic landfill sites are at risk from erosion and flooding with old, contaminated waste already showing up on English beaches
The discovery a long ‘tongue’ of ice beneath a glacial lake in Patagonia could have implications for freshwater glacial stability
The Brown Bank a haven for marine life in the waters between the UK and the Netherlands is under threat and requires immediate protection, according to marine protection groups
A major investment in data collection along the Nile could revolutionise the water management of the iconic river
Glacial melt is increasing  land instability in mountainous regions, with huge tsunamis rising in frequency as a result
New research reveals that microplastics can survive in mosquitos from larvae to adult, raising the possibility of particles being transferred from freshwater to land
South America’s wealthiest economy is at a crossroads between environmental protection and environmental exploitation
In the wake of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, now a small town is embroiled in a fight with Nestlé to keep hold of its own spring water 
Millions of Americans are living in areas at high-risk of river flooding, many of whom will be completely unaware of the danger

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