The Mighty Mekong is one of the world's most iconic rivers, but it is at grave risk of turning into a shadow of its former self.
The Covid-19 pandemic is adding to already severe health concerns in communities without adequate freshwater.
The Mekong's water turning blue is bad news, showing that the river is losing its nutrient-rich sendiments.
The New South Wales water authority report released on Thursday warns there's no end in sight to record-setting drought.
Global warming is amplified with elevation, making climate threats and impacts greater for the Hindu Kush Himalaya region.
The Yamuna is also the main source of water for nearly 20 million people yet it's severely polluted.