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Drought-struck Barcelona quenches thirst with costly desalination

EL PRAT DE LLOBREGAT, Spain ((DailyNews)) — Where once the population of Barcelona drank mostly from its rivers and wells, Spain’s second city...

Report: 43,000 estimated dead in Somalia drought last year

NAIROBI, Kenya ((DailyNews)) — A new report says an estimated 43,000 people died amid Somalia’s longest drought on record last year and half of...

Storms end Southern California water restrictions for 7M

LOS ANGELES ((DailyNews)) — California’s 11th atmospheric river left the storm-soaked state with a bang Wednesday, bringing flooded roadways, landslides and toppled trees to...

Half of California freed from drought thanks to rain, snow

LOS ANGELES ((DailyNews)) — Tremendous rains and snowfall since late last year have freed half of California from drought, but low groundwater levels remain...

Jill Biden sees East Africa drought up close, seeks more aid

LOSITETI, Kenya ((DailyNews)) — U.S. first lady Jill Biden got an up-close look Sunday at the historic East Africa drought as she walked along...

Study: Don’t blame climate change for South American drought

Climate change isn’t causing the multi-year drought that is devastating parts of Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and Bolivia, but warming is worsening some of the...

California winter storms boost water allocations for cities

SACRAMENTO, Calif. ((DailyNews)) — Weeks of historic rainfall in California won’t be enough to end a severe drought, but it will provide public water...

AP PHOTOS: Snow is a no-show as Europe feels the winter heat

RAMSAU, Austria ((DailyNews)) — Mild weather has left many regions of Europe that would normally be blanketed in snow at this time of year...

California braces for more storms following Saturday’s flood

SACRAMENTO, Calif. ((DailyNews)) — Northern California residents are bracing for another round of powerful storms this week after flooding from a New Year’s Eve...

Rural voters ‘in the trenches’ on climate, leery of Biden

NEW YORK ((DailyNews)) — Drought in California meant Raquel Krach, a rice farmer and graduate student in the Sacramento Valley, planted very little. Using...

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