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B.C. Declares Level 3 Drought in Two Areas of the Province

Below-normal stream flows and signs of drought in smaller streams have caused British Columbia to declare a Level 3 drought rating for the Fort...

Water Security Agency Statement on Lake Levels for Summer Months

Saskatchewan’s Water Security Agency (WSA) has released a statement finding that most lakes in Southern Saskatchewan will reach normal summer operating levels. Despite below normal...

Climate Change Causes Water to Surpass Energy as Primary Limiter of...

According to new research published by the University of Arizona (UA), climate change in the 20th century have caused water availability to surpass energy...

As The World Burns: The Case for a Restoration Imperative

The IPCC report doesn’t reveal anything we didn’t already expect if we failed to meet global carbon dioxide reductions targets. A fair reading of...

Southwestern Nova Scotia Struggles with Water Shortages

The Government of Nova Scotia is helping residents affected by the water shortages in the southwest of the province. The Emergency Management Office has been...

New Poll Finds Long-Term Water Management A Growing Concern in BC

New opinion data finds that long-term water management is top of mind for many British Columbians. The findings are published in the 2018 BC Water...

Drought, Flood Driving Worsening Crises in Vulnerable Populations

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has raised alarm over the lack of funding being directed towards the impacts of...

More Data, Planning Required to Address Water Stress, Human Migration, and...

During last week’s World Water Day, the launch of the Decade for Action on Water, and the 8th World Water Forum in Brasilia, the Food...

Pacific Coast Collaborative Marks Tens Years of Joint Action

For the 10th anniversary of the Pacific Coast Collaborative (PCC), west-coast leaders from the U.S. and Canada met to pledge joint action on critical...

As a Water Crisis Looms in Cape Town, Could It Happen...

The city of Cape Town, South Africa is under extreme water rationing and heading towards complete depletion of its municipal water supply. When Day...

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