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25 Jul 2021 St Petersburg, Florida
The current crisis has led to over 600 tons of dead marine life since the end of June, with scientists now investigating the potential impact on dolphins in the area.
Cause is disposall of polluted wastewater containing high volumes of nitrogen.
22 Jul 2021 WASHINGTON DC
Focus to strengthen regional capacity to manage shared water resources and mitigate environmental risks.
22 Jul 2021 WASHINGTON DC
New web-tool to help water managers in early identification of algae blooms.
21 Jul 2021 Washington DC, United States
As the west of the US swelters and burns under sustained drought conditions, there are wider implications for national security and global food prices. Water levels in the Colorado River system are dangerously low and states are bickering over access to irrigation waters.
7 Jul 2021 New York, United States
Agency Director Henrietta Fore highlights work done to supply 106 million with WASH services across 153 countries during pandemic response. Stresses importance of innovation in bid to meet SDGs and draws attention to continued gender inequalities associated with water.
7 Jul 2021 Washington D.C, United States
A panel discussion hosted by the US Department of State examined how water intersects with climate change at a local and global level and what the sector can do to make water security a pathway to climate resilience. An economist, a sociologist and an engineer shared their experiences.
4 Jun 2021 Washington D.C., United States
Study uses new gravity observation method to monitor changes to global water cycle. Satellite data helps measure mass change of water from different oceans across the planet. NASA calls previous methods ineffective, says trends provide deeper understanding of possible future implications of climate change. Experts suggest "global greening" could be a factor.
1 Jun 2021 Nuuk, Greenland
New research of Greenland glaciers reveals alarmingly high concentrations of mercury. Implications for the country's seafood export industry. Concentrations similar to rivers in India and China.
28 May 2021 Washington D.C., United States
Bill, prompted by pandemic, would grant water and electric utilities, broadband providers $10 Million USD each in low-interest loans in exchange for a moratorium on shutoffs. Includes debt forgiveness terms.
25 May 2021 DENVER CO
About 84 Percent of the western US is under some level of drought, Western states prepare for dangerous forest fires this summer.
25 May 2021 WASHINGTON DC
Solar-powered robot to explore lunar south pole for ice deposits in advance of further human exploration.
17 May 2021 WASHINGTON DC, United States
First tranche of $100 Million USD loan aims at increasing access to safe water and sanitation, especially for women and marginalised populations. WaterEquity Fund has secured $125 Million USD toward its $150 Million USD target.