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The water level drops by 1 metre annually and the Dead Sea could almost disappear in a few decades.
Researchers at the University of California Berkeley say geckos have 'superhero' powers. Not only can they run, glide, and stick to surfaces, these agile reptiles are also able to run across water.
The trendiest leak-proof and fuss-free reusable flasks for your desk, home and on-the-go activities.
Some 60% of European waters monitored failed to reach "good" ecological status.
The waterspout formed after a drop in temperature in the region.
At first glance, the small town of Etais-La-Sauvin, some 200 kms south of Paris, is your typical French village — except that soil pollution has deprived its inhabitants of drinkable running water for more than two years.
Countries are issuing warnings about the danger of drowning as people seek relief from Europe's heatwave.
Some 60% of surface water bodies surveyed by the European Environmental Agency (EEA) haven’t reached a good ecological status under the Water Framework Directive.
Thousands of Chinese holiday-makers visited the magnificent Hukou Waterfall in north China’s Shanxi Province on the first day of the three-day Labor Day holiday.
How much plastic ends up in our rivers? And what are the effects on our health and the environment? A group of Italian citizens and scientists have come together to try to answer these questions.
Around 12,000 homes have been left with no running water after the weekend’s sudden freeze and thaw caused pipes to burst, a major water company has said.
Futuris travels to Spain to meet the scientist developing a new camera which could revolutionise underwater filming.
Cape Town isn’t the only the major city facing a potential water shortage crisis.
Residents and visitors are restricted to 50 litres a day, amid the South African city's worst drought in a century
And the South African city's tourism industry could also take a hit
Access to water - a fundamental right?
Based on current projections, "Day Zero" is forecast for April 12, according to officials. That would make Cape Town the world's first major city to run dry.
Undoing man-made changes can help protect communities and eco-systems.
An international team of scientists has launched an unprecedented exploration project in the waterways beneath Venice with swarms of autonomous underwater…
"What we have here is plastic in the drinking water that human beings are consuming every day" - author of study, Dan Morrison, tells euronews.