5 Dec 2021 EDINBURGH, United Kingdom
Concerns that unreliable water supplies may impact the Scottish whisky and hydropower industries.
5 Dec 2021 SYDNEY, Australia
Too much water has been allocated for extraction and too little for the environment and downstream communities on the Barwon and Darling-Barka Rivers.
5 Dec 2021 MOGADISHU, Somalia
Broad-based national consultation process towards the development of the NWRS and national priorities, conducted throughout 2020, involved government ministries, development partners, experts and international and local NGOs.
5 Dec 2021 GENEVA, Switzerland
Need for interaction between the formal and informal processes. Conference must be inclusive as well as build momentum to create broad ownership of outcomes.
5 Dec 2021 NIAMEY, Niger
Project will affect about 3 million people, is designed to strengthen management of water resources: increase access to services and improve resilience to climate-induced water variability.
5 Dec 2021 INCHEON, South Korea
Green Climate Fund (GCF) approves record- breaking 13 new projects for mitigation and adaptation action, with $1.2 Billion USD in GCF resources allocated for climate action.
5 Dec 2021 PASADENA CA, United States
Waste produced by nuclear tests as well as by decommissioned nuclear submarines, may have been trapped in permafrost until now.
5 Dec 2021 DAMASCUS, Syria
Crisis comes on the back of a decade-old conflict, an economic crisis and struggles to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
5 Dec 2021 TEHRAN, Iran
Protesters chanted "Plundered for 20 years" and "the water must return”.
12 Nov 2021 GLASGOW, United Kingdom
Donor countries have pledged to provide $12 Billion USD (£8.75 billion) of public climate finance from 2021 to 2025 to a new Global Forest Finance Pledge.
12 Nov 2021 NEW YORK NY, United States
As a key player in the UN's Race To Zero campaign, the water sector plays a vital role in its success: global water use, storage, and distribution accounts for 10 Percent of all global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
9 Nov 2021 Washington DC, United States
New report quantifies toxic "forever chemicals" in US water as USEPA strengthens testing requirements.