25 April 2012 -Murewa. Thousands of poor Zimbabweans have turned to illegal panning for precious minerals, but environmental and water experts say their activities are contributing to the drying up of rivers which many communities rely on for their livelihoods.
Marseille, France, 13 March 2012 – Cross-border water management not only benefits water security but it also promotes dialogue, peace and cooperation – even in geopolitically unstable regions, according to IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature).
SANTA ANA DEL YACUMA, Bolivia, Jan 5, 2012 - Small-scale dairy farmers in this remote area of Bolivia's northeastern Amazon region of Beni have a new hope for protecting their livestock from the fierce annual floods that start in December.
Confronting scarcity: Managing water, energy and land for inclusive and sustainable growth. Brussels: European Union
Climate change, water stress, conflict and migration. The Hague: Alliance for UPEACE/UNESCO.
A hidden crisis? Increase in killings as as tensions rise over land and forests. Briefing. London: Global Witness.
Global Water Security. Intelligence Community Assessment. Commissioned by the U.S. Department of State. Washington, DC.
Water as a Casualty of Conflict: Threats to Business and Society in High-Risk Areas. San Francisco: Pacific Institute.
Indian Ocean Rising: Maritime Security and Policy Challenges. Washington, D.C.: Stimson.
Environmental Change and Ripples for Water Security in Southern Asia. Centre for NTS Studies.
Squeezing Africa dry: behind every land grab is a water grab. Barcelona: GRAIN.
Cooperation from Strength. The United States, China and the South China Sea. Washington, DC: CNAS.