4 Jun 2022 ARLINGTON VA, United States
The Nature For Water Facility has launched its first call for proposals to support local programs that promote collective watershed management and nature restoration. Local NGOs, utilities, government agencies, and corporate entities can apply.
2 Jun 2022 GENEVA
New approaches and partnerships are an essential component to increase the long-term stability of a region that has endured successive conflicts and crises for far too long.
2 Jun 2022 GENEVA
Summary information on WASH activities in 2020
2 Jun 2022 BEIRUT, Lebanon
The shortage of fuel and recurring power cuts are severely hindering the country’s working water pumps; should a pumping station go out of service, it will not be possible to secure the funds to repair it.
2 Jun 2022 LAGOS, Nigeria
Lagos is Africa’s second largest city and 90% of its 15 million inhabitants rely on boreholes for drinking water. The study found very high concentrations of microplastics in the drinking water and even more in industrially active areas.
2 Jun 2022 JAKARTA, Indonesia
‘Building Forward Better for Recovery and Resilience’ seen as a critical opportunity to link water and sanitation with other sectors with a view to the transversal integration of water and sanitation across government policies.
25 May 2022 SANTIAGO, Chile
Chile's copper and lithium producers resort to desalination, water re-use, shorter showers. Government struggles to find balance global climate policies and economic benefit of mining.
17 May 2022 LONDON
160,000 hours of raw sewage release in England; 57,804 hours of raw sewage release in Wales. Statistics compiled using Environmental Agency data.
17 May 2022 DELHI
While heatwaves are common in India, especially in May and June, summer began early this year with high temperatures from March, when the first heatwave arrived. Average maximum temperatures for the month were the highest in 122 years.
15 May 2022 SAN DIEGO CA, United States
A vast reservoir of water has been detected in the mud and sediment underlying a part of the West Antarctic ice sheet. It is estimated to be several hundred metres deep, or about the size of two Empire State buildings.
14 May 2022 DAVIS CA, United States
New research indicates terrestrial parasites can adhere to microbeads and microfibers and travel long distances in the ocean. These can be toxic for marine life and humans.