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Global freshwater supplies dwindling

Freshwater supplies dwindling due to human activity, studies find

Two significant studies reveal how human demand and technological advancements are rapidly depleting the planet's freshwater resources.

Andrew Nikiforuk reports for The Tyee.

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Europe moves to free its rivers by tearing down old dams

Europe moves to free its rivers by tearing down old dams

European countries are increasingly dismantling outdated dams to restore river ecosystems, highlighting the benefits for local biodiversity and communities.

Lucrezia Lozza reports for the BBC.

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What Nasa satellites say about Bangladesh’s climate

Among the 48 deltas worldwide, the Bengal delta – of which Bangladesh is a part – is one of the most populous, where climate change and significant human activities have been taking place for the last few decades.

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Habitat loss, climate change threaten Bangladesh's native freshwater fishes with extinction

There were at one time more than 300 native freshwater fish species in Bangladesh, but many have disappeared while others are on the verge of extinction due to habitat loss, overfishing, pollution and climate change.

Melting Himalayan glaciers alter water supplies near and far
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Melting Himalayan glaciers alter water supplies near and far

The retreat means countries like Nepal and Bangladesh, which rely on these mountain water cycles, will have to adapt.
Satellite images show disappearance of iconic Canadian glacier

Satellite images show disappearance of iconic Canadian glacier

The Peyto Glacier in Canada’s Banff National Park has shrunk by around 70 percent over the last half-century, a dramatic change highlighted in newly released satellite imagery from NASA.

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A young water advocate paddles to protect the future of the Great Lakes

Waasekom is on a mission to raise awareness about climate change.

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