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Zimbabwe’s capital crippled by a water shortage

A water crisis is affecting two million people in Harere, creating risks of an epidemic

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Lake Mead: size, capacity and evolution of the artificial lake near Las Vegas

Last year, 7.5 million people visited the national park by the lake

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The Hoover Dam: discovering the construction of an American Icon

Over 20,000 people were needed to build the Hoover Dam, which was completed in 1935 during the Great Depression

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Startups and innovation join the fight against drought

Imagine H2O is an accelerator specialized in developing products to conserve water

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China’s gargantuan new bridge across the Pearl River

The Shenzhen-Zhongshan Bridge will be inaugurated in 2024, a 50 kilometer link between two of China’s Greater Bay Area cities

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More than $70 billion for U.S. dams

The Association of State Dam Safety Officials raise the alarm on the state of U.S. dams

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Gowanus Canal: working to give Brooklyn’s historic waterway a new life

Urgent measures are being taken to clean up the dangerously polluted canal that crosses Brooklyn

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The Gulf’s future: less oil, more clean energy

Arabian Gulf states want to develop green energy to reduce their oil dependence

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Snowy 2.0: Australia Boosts its Clean Energy Production

Work on the massive hydropower project is set to begin