Asia Pacific

Bali: The tropical Indonesian island that is running out of water

Indonesia's fabled island is running out of water, with monsoon rains delayed and the tourist industry expanding.

Bali: The tropical Indonesian island that is running out of water

Environment

Officials to meet on Mekong crisis as fishing communities suffer

Mekong River Commission will meet in Phnom Penh as dams and drought take toll on the once-mighty waterway.

Officials to meet on Mekong crisis as fishing communities suffer

Planet SOS

Planet SOS: Where will climate refugees go when the tide rises?

We travel to the island nation of Palau to explore the impact of rising seas and warming waters due to climate change.

AJ Impact

Toilets: The economic impact of sanitation

More than 4 billion people lack access to proper sanitation, and that limits economic growth.

Toilets: The economic impact of sanitation

Egypt

Trump calls Egypt's Sisi, backs talks on disputed dam on Nile

The US leader supports Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan's ongoing talks to resolve the dispute over the Renaissance Dam.

Trump calls Egypt's Sisi, backs talks on disputed dam on Nile

US & Canada

Lead in some Canadian water worse than US's Flint: report

Yearlong investigation by 120 journalists shows some Canadians were exposed to high levels of lead in drinking water.

Lead in some Canadian water worse than US's Flint: report

Africa

South Africa's worst drought in years affects farmers

Government imposes water cuts and gives aid to farmers as part of emergency measures to fight severe drought.

Inside Story

Can Egypt and Ethiopia resolve their dispute over water?

Disagreements over Africa's largest dam project raise fears of conflict.

AJ IMPACT

Egypt, Ethiopia 'agree' to resume talks on massive Nile dam

Stalled technical discussions on Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam will restart, Cairo says after leaders meet in Sochi.

Egypt, Ethiopia 'agree' to resume talks on massive Nile dam

Egypt

Egypt accepts US invitation for meeting over Ethiopia dam dispute

Washington moves to help mediate major row between Egypt and Ethiopia over $5bn infrastructure project on the Blue Nile.

Egypt accepts US invitation for meeting over Ethiopia dam dispute

Africa

Egypt says 'deadlock' in Nile dam talks with Ethiopia

Egypt claims the Ethiopian delegation 'rejected all the proposals that take Egypt's water interests into account'.

Egypt says 'deadlock' in Nile dam talks with Ethiopia

Middle East

Arab countries must address water security or risk instability

Hazim el-Naser, of Middle East Water Forum, says water security is most important issue faced by states in the region.

Arab countries must address water security or risk instability

Africa

Ethiopia dam dispute: Talks in Khartoum over sharing the water

A new dam in Ethiopia could threaten the water supply to neighbouring countries further downstream.

Reporter's Notebook

'Pray the hurricane never comes': Losing Louisiana

For years people living on the marshy Mississippi Delta have fought rising seas and coastal erosion - but they are losing the battle.

Cambodia

Cambodia's lifeline threatened as Mekong recedes to historic low

Dams, low rainfall and changing climate blamed for decline in river's fortunes amid worries about crucial food supply.

Cambodia's lifeline threatened as Mekong recedes to historic low