Only 3% of the earth’s water is freshwater; about two-thirds of it is frozen in glaciers and polar ice caps and we have long over-stretched this precious resource.
Competing land uses around Tanzania’s Lake Rukwa threaten the water quality and quantity in this already dry area. Unsustainable agriculture, mining and inconsiderate upstream dam constructions put the water supply –and therewith the food security- at...
Until very recently, the Katuma river in Tanzania was on the verge of drying-up. The main reasons for the reduced river flow were illegal abstractions by smallholder farmers and irregular and reduced rainfall due to climate change.
Es el nombre de la Red creada en el Primer Encuentro Transfronterizo de Mujeres Lideresas del Lago Titicaca
Borges, Maria Ana, Bos, Gerard, Brasser, Andre, Gross, Lee, Scherr, Sara J., Shames, Seth