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26 Jun 2022 BEIJING, China
Glacier mass in the Himalaya Kush has declined dramatically in the past 40 years due to an increase in temperature of 0.42C in each decade. Scientists have identified a shift in water stored in regional basins.
14 May 2022 DELHI, India
The city of Delhi has embarked on a programme to protect wetlands against further encroachments and to restore wetlands where possible.
26 Apr 2022 DUSHANBE, Tajikistan
The government of Tajikistan shares the background of the Dushanbe Process and how the second conference is now considered a stepping stone on the "Road To New York".
18 Apr 2022 SEOUL
The planned release of radioactive water from TEPCO's Fukushima nuclear power plant has raised concerns across the region. South Korea officials looking for cooperative solution.
24 Feb 2022 DUBAI, United Arab Emirates
Statement calls for a nexus approach that optimizes resource use, encourages governments to create practical and innovative solutions to water, food, and energy challenges
22 Feb 2022 TEHRAN
Lives of reptiles and amphibians in Iran water resources are under threat due to habitat destruction, water contamination, sewage inflow, and poisoning. Many species affected almost to extinction.
20 Feb 2022 BEIJING
Artificial snow has a very high impact on the local environment where is it deployed. This assessment suggests that regardless of any possible "green" credentials, the "white" stuff is not without its environmental and health risks.
10 Feb 2022 NEW DELHI, India
A new report from India's Observer Research Foundation explores the mutual benefit derived from sharing water resources and developing hydropower assets.
13 Jan 2022 Gujarat
The house also earned an ‘Ideal House Award’ by the District and the State Government.
7 Jan 2022 MUSCAT, Oman
Awards on undergraduate and post-graduate levels mark academic excellence and commitment to environmental sustainability.
25 Oct 2021 BEIJING, China
Authorities curtailed energy usage at factories and ports while ramping up efforts at additional coal production.
6 Sep 2021 Almaty, Kazakhstan
The water resources available to the 5 republics of Central Asia are below the stress threshold of 1,700 m3 per person per year and risk falling further towards scarcity by 2050 if the nations do not undertake substantial investment in water infrastructure and management, as well as engage in transboundary water management and cooperation.