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On World Toilet Day, 2.5 billion people still lack the most basic of human needs, reports Jameela Freitas.

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Clean water for millions – thanks to a man called Fernando. Anna Bevan reports.

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The people of Bangalore need to be active in finding local solutions to preserve a vital resource, writes Mari Marcel...

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As part of World Water Day on 22 March 2013, Sokari Ekine writes on the clean water and sanitation crisis...

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Peru’s gold rush threatens indigenous communities’ right to water. Roxana Olivera meets one of the faces...

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City gardeners and construction developers may be strange bed-fellows – but it’s a promising union, writes Wayne...

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Wayne Roberts looks at how food and water issues mix in an era of drought.

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The Church says the catastrophe is a punishment from God. Really? asks Iris Gonzales.

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Big business sees water scarcity as a money-making opportunity. Joyce Nelson uncovers the dodgy dealings of the...

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New Internationalist co-editor Hazel Healy travelled there to find out how people are adapting to a warming...

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This year, 25 December was about survival, not celebration, for the people of northern Mindanao in the Philippines, says...

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Howls of protest follow approvals for the expansion of the leaking Olympic Dam copper and uranium mine in South Australia.

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The arrival of the rainy season brings chaos to the streets of Manila – and it’s not all the fault of the weather, says...

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Water privatization and exploitation in Africa in the name of 'development' has disastrous consequences for the continent's...

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Paul Lauener’s stirring report from the Aral Sea, scene of both environmental miracle and disaster.

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