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Faced with devastating droughts, the EU is in dire need of a Blue Deal
It’s time to get serious: we need to label water as one of the EU’s critical raw materials, something that every citizen has a basic right to – and we need to take action to secure and defend future access to it, MEP Emma Wiesner writes.
Spanish strawberry farming will 'devastate' wetlands, warn scientists
In March, the regional government passed a bill legalising the informal land occupation for intenstive irrigated strawberry farming.
A submerged church has been revealed by Mexico's deadly heatwave
This colonial-era church submerged in a reservoir in Mexico has been exposed due to drought and high temperatures.
This Ukrainian village says fresh water is dwindling after dam break
Ukrainians who heavily depended on the Kakhovka dam for fresh water face an uncertain future as supplies dwindle.
Drought: Agriculture must 'adapt to climate change'
The lack of regular rainfall and a temperature rise of 2 degrees Celsius would cause Spain to lose 7% of its GDP, according to the Spanish Committee of Farmers' and Stockbreeders' Organisations.
Contending with drought, French golf courses keep heads above water
Faced with a water shortage due to the drought, French golf clubs are finding ways to reduce water consumption
Coastal region in France restricts water use during 'crisis' drought
The French Pyrenees-Orientales borders Spain's Catalonia autonomous region.
How Las Vegas slashed water use with dawn patrols and lawn bans
How have Las Vegas’ water cops helped the desert city cope with drought?
Why are tropical fruit farmers being arrested in Spain?
Farmers are turning to desperate measures in drought-hit Spain, which just had its warmest April on record.
Villages in Spain face drinking water shortage amid persistant drought
Local residents in villages to the north of Cordoba are receiving water deliveries by truck after record temperatures and drought caused a drinking water basin to dry up.
EU wastewater directive makes way through Parliament but at what cost?
The new law will mean greater investments in new technologies, as well as industries that contaminate wastewater having to pay-to-pollute.
‘Terrifying’: Travel blogger gets stuck in Sudan after violence breaks
Maheen S was travelling around Africa when fighting suddenly broke out in Sudan.
French farmer gives tearful interview as drought threatens crops
A giant reservoir in Sainte-Soline has become a flashpoint in France’s debate over water resources.
How rising sea levels are affecting India's water supplies
People can no longer depend on ponds and wells for the water they need to drink, cook and wash.
This Mediterranean country is cutting off overnight water supplies
Water is being cut for seven hours every night in response to the worst drought on record.
Water shortages could become a 'global crisis'
On World Water Day, the United Nations says hundreds of millions of children are at risk from inadequate or unsafe drinking water
These transformation stories show how water is a women's issue
Women are disproportionately affected by water scarcity, but ‘clean water gives women a chance to make their dreams a reality’.
Meet the Venezuelan engineers pumping clean water for villagers
Our idea is to attack the existing problems of drinking water consumption and provide solutions to the communities.
Anelise Borges reports on the blackouts in Ukraine for Euronews
Most Ukrainians were left without power on Wednesday night after a new wave of Russian strikes on the country's critical infrastructure. Euronews International Correspondent Anelise Borges was in the Ukrainian cities of Odesa and Kherson as residents battle on without water or electricity.
Spain’s Doñana wetlands are drying up
Europe's most important wetland is suffocating due to lack of water. The last freshwater lagoon in theSpanish national park of Doñana has dried up.