Scarcity

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  • 24 Nov 2010- 15:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom One in five of the world's companies using the largest amounts of water are facing business constraints due to droughts and other shortages, flooding and rising prices, according to a global survey. The survey of the 302
  • 24 Nov 2010- 13:48 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom || ne in five of the world's companies using the largest amounts of water are facing business constraints due to droughts and other shortages, flooding and rising prices, according to a global survey. The survey of the 302
  • 22 Nov 2010- 19:59 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom One in five of the world's companies using the largest amounts of water are facing business constraints due to droughts and other shortages, flooding and rising prices, according to a global survey. The survey of the 302
  • 22 Nov 2010- 19:59 by OOSKAnews Correspondent United Kingdom, BATH Anew study by risks advisory consultants Maplecroft identified the Middle East and North Africa as the regions most at risk from water stress. The study also found the key Asian economies of China and India to be vulnerable to water
  • 22 Nov 2010- 13:48 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom One in five of the world's companies using the largest amounts of water are facing business constraints due to droughts and other shortages, flooding and rising prices, according to a global survey. The survey of the 302
  • 22 Nov 2010- 13:48 by OOSKAnews Correspondent United Kingdom, BATH Anew study by risks advisory consultants Maplecroft identified the Middle East and North Africa as the regions most at risk from water stress. The study also found the key Asian economies of China and India to be vulnerable to water
  • 18 Aug 2010- 16:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom A report by UK-based sustainable development NGO Forum for the Future said an integrated water management system, though essential to protect developing nations facing climate change, is only one part of a wider "climate
  • 18 Aug 2010- 14:48 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom A report by UK-based sustainable development NGO Forum for the Future said an integrated water management system, though essential to protect developing nations facing climate change, is only one part of a wider "climate
  • 16 Aug 2010- 20:58 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom A report by UK-based sustainable development NGO Forum for the Future said an integrated water management system, though essential to protect developing nations facing climate change, is only one part of a wider "climate
  • 9 Aug 2010- 14:47 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom A report by UK-based sustainable development NGO Forum for the Future said an integrated water management system, though essential to protect developing nations facing climate change, is only one part of a wider "climate
  • 12 May 2010- 16:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom Specialist insurance group Lloyds, in conjunction with the environmental organization WWF, has released a new report warning of the consequences of corporate inaction in addressing the global water scarcity crisis. Noting that
  • 12 May 2010- 14:47 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom Specialist insurance group Lloyds, in conjunction with the environmental organization WWF, has released a new report warning of the consequences of corporate inaction in addressing the global water scarcity crisis. Noting that
  • 10 May 2010- 20:58 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom Specialist insurance group Lloyds, in conjunction with the environmental organization WWF, has released a new report warning of the consequences of corporate inaction in addressing the global water scarcity crisis. Noting that
  • 10 May 2010- 14:46 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom Specialist insurance group Lloyds, in conjunction with the environmental organization WWF, has released a new report warning of the consequences of corporate inaction in addressing the global water scarcity crisis. Noting that
  • 28 Apr 2010- 16:02 by OOSKAnews Correspondent LONDON, United Kingdom Developed countries that are importing goods and food items are contributing to worsening water shortages in parts of the developing world, according to a report published in midApril by the Royal Society of Engineers. Developed

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