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Article Image News Link • Global, By Emily Thompson

A new report this month by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) says an estimated 43,000 excess deaths occurred in Somalia in 2022 due to drought, half of which were children under five years old.

Article Image News Link • Global, By Loz Blain

In a highly unexpected approach to renewable energy, researchers in Korea have developed a low-cost, easily-manufactured advanced membrane that actually generates electricity as it turns wastewater, seawater or groundwater into drinking water.

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Los Angeles Times photographers have published stunning before and after photos of Lake Oroville, one of California's largest reservoirs, on the State Water Project, to only reveal nature has healed itself -- not humans or insane 'green' taxes pushed

Article Image News Link • Global, California Insider

"And it is really disheartening to see what's going on. I mean, my own kids are wondering whether they should even try it. Because they're saying dad, doesn't look like there's a future. And I can't tell them they're wrong."

Article Image News Link • Global, by: Belle Carter

The Colorado River basin states have failed for the second time in six months to reach a consensus on the water usage cuts that seek to distribute the burden of drought more equitably as the river dries up.