History repeats, history rhymes and sometimes history regresses. Wandering through cities and fields in the Middle East and North Africa a thousand years ago, you would have been struck by the...

Torgny Holmgren |

We are all too familiar with these figures: on average, only 50% of the population in Latin America is connected to sewerage and 30% of those households receive any treatment. These figures are...

Diego Juan Rodriguez |

View the full infographic here For the past two years, the rains have been poor in Somalia. What comes next is tragically familiar. Dry wells. Dying livestock. Failed harvests. Migration.  Masses...

Claudia W. Sadoff, Dominick Revell de Waal, Edoardo Borgomeo |

© Andre Targa Cavassani/TNC Co-authors:Timm Kroeger  Senior Environmental Economist, The Nature ConservancyClaudio Klemz Water Policy Specialist, The Nature Conservancy Balneário Camboriú is both...

Daniel Shemie |

Here are some facts that you might not know: Over the last 60 years, Guatemala has lost almost half of its forests, much of it due to illegal logging. Built-up area around Lake Laguna in the...

Stig Johansson |

Residents in Wazirpur, India share with us how electricity access has spurred their hope for a better, more dignified life. (Photo: TPDLL)Rarely does one read about a private utility’s successful...

Sunita Dubey |

The World Bank at World Water Week 2015 As population and economic growth bump up against finite—and increasingly degraded—water resources, competition between agricultural, industrial, and...

Diego Juan Rodriguez, Martin Gambrill |

The Middle East and North Africa is home to 6% of the world’s population and less than 2% of the world’s renewable water supply. In fact, it is the world’s driest region with 12 of the world’s...

Ghanimah Al-Otaibi |