On small islands dotting the Aegean Sea, Colin Donihue tracks how native lizards adapt to life with ancient stone walls.
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When your water is running out because your glacier is disappearing, don’t despair. Make like the Ladakhis and build yourself a new glacier.
Every winter, the state of Wyoming feeds thousands of wild elk to protect the animals against starvation. But are the feedgrounds keeping the herds alive, or dooming them –– and tearing apart human communities in the process?
In a remote corner of Thailand, a Muslim community draws both sustenance and meaning from the sea. Will overfishing and societal pressures cost the people of Dato their livelihoods?
For decades, Southwestern scientists have tried to engineer their way out of a chronic water problem. Are their best solutions any less an act of prayer than a rain dance?
Protests against a planned gold mine in Cajamarca, Peru, turned violent last week, resulting in five deaths. The conflict pits American mining giant Newmont against locals who claim that the mine will poison their water and destroy their livelihoods. FES’ own Vrinda Manglik was in Peru to witness the protests.