3 May 2022 HAMILTON, Canada
UN University has launched a first-of-its-kind assessment of water security in Africa and the results are alarming. Reliable data is limited; in some cases, "progress" has to be "guesstimated".
30 Apr 2022 ACCRA, Ghana
OACPS Ministers in charge of fisheries and aquaculture have adopted a strategic plan to remove key barriers to the Blue Economy which is an initiative of coastal states that focuses on the sustainable use of the marine and coastal environment.
26 Apr 2022 KYIV, Ukraine
Direct bombing of water infrastructure facilities and electricity cuts and other indirect conflict-related damaged has severely reduced water supplies throughout the country. UNICEF concerned about rising occurrence of water-borne diseases.
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".
21 Apr 2022 VICTORIA DE DURANGO, Mexico
Water treatment facility and 52 km of pipes criticized as "too expensive" with price tag of $500 Million USD. Contracts let in March and April.
17 Apr 2022 LAUSANNE, Switzerland
New research develops water filter that is proven to remove all bacterial pathogens. Could be applied to remove micro pollutants as well.
12 Apr 2022 ROCHESTER NY
The new study indicates that fracking-related chemicals are making their way into groundwater that feeds municipal water systems. The potential for contamination is greatest during the pre-production period when a new well is established.
12 Apr 2022 ISLAMABAD
A new USAID-United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) will build infrastructure to provide clean drinking water in districts of Tank (KP) and Umerkot (Sindh).
5 Apr 2022 DAKAR, Senegal
Dakar Declaration another milestone on the Road to New York 2023.
5 Apr 2022 BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe
Erratic rainfall, high demand combine to cause city council to impose water-shedding schedule on Bulawayo suburbs in order to curtail consumption. Human impact also believed to have negative impact on resources.
3 Apr 2022 DAKAR, Senegal
In order to leave no-one behind, sanitation solutions need to offer a range of different technologies as well as different business models: including sewered and unsewered and centralised or decentralised services.
3 Apr 2022 DAKAR, Senegal
Shared river and lake basins are home to 40% of the world's population. As water is shared across borders, new water governance and diplomacy approaches are needed.