The water-climate change emergency

An Australian story QUENTIN GRAFTON As world leaders prepare to meet at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, the Australian...

Voices of the Barka River – World Rivers Day 2021

The Water Justice Hub, Australian National University, ANU One of Australia’s most significant rivers, the Barka (Lower Darling), is in crisis....

Bending Towards Water Justice – ‘valuing’ water and World Water Day 2021

Quentin Grafton (Australian National University, Australia), Safa Fanaian (University of Oxford, UK), Gabriela Sacco (Institute for Global Dialogue...

‘Water security’: four myths and why we need a fit-for-purpose definition

By Kat Taylor, Water Justice Hub, Australian National University Australians say we want water security. But what is it? This simple term hides...

Guardians of the River

In this film by American Rivers and Swiftwater Films, Indigenous leaders share why removing four dams to restore a healthy Klamath River is critical...

Dreams come true

A story 65,000-plus years in the making — the Nyikina Dreaming of Woonyoomboo — has been created in an interactive multimedia e-book for Nyikina...

First Nations communities pursue clean drinking water through the courts

First Nations communities in Canada pursue clean drinking water through the courts. Find out more:...

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