30 Apr 2022 NEW YORK NY
São Paulo. Cape Town. Now Santiago and Los Angeles. Cities around the world are being forced to live with less water, as global warming melts glaciers, diminishes snow packs and exacerbates decades of water mismanagement. Not just less water for now. Maybe less water forever. Los Angeles and many of its suburbs will soon restrict outdoor watering to once a week — and if that doesn’t work, ban outdoor watering altogether...
21 Apr 2022 SANTIAGO, Chile
Specific mines operated by BHP, Antofagasta and Albemarle have been named in a lawsuit that claims the operators breached environmental protection, preservation, and conservation rules. Operators deny culpability.
29 Mar 2022 DUBAI
Dubai is following through on announcement to offer shares in 10 state-owned businesses. Listing considered one of largest ever in region.
16 Mar 2022 LONDON
Companies pledge to ensure storm overflows and sewage treatment works do not harm rivers, using Environment Agency measures. They also committed to improve public reporting on efforts and to help other sectors, such as farming, to improve and care for rivers.
15 Mar 2022 DAR ES SALAAM
Project to improve water quality and quantity as well as protection of watershed biodiversity to be funded by Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL) and will be implemented by World Wild Fund (WWF) Tanzania and Wami-Ruvu Basin Water Board (WRBWB)
15 Mar 2022 BELGRADE
The leading scientific research organization in Serbia was sold to a consortium of the Millennium team and the institute's directors for $2.73 Million USD. The sale is now being overturned.
24 Feb 2022 NEW YORK NY
Investment firm turns its attention to water; analysts view it as potentially the most complex and costly sustainability issue
20 Feb 2022 COPENHAGEN
The EEA has released a new report on the EU textile industry and its effects on water and land use. It makes several recommendations on improvement of textile "circularity" in order to improve overall environmental performance and sustainability.
14 Feb 2022 DELHI
A new research report claims that between 2014 and 2016, the earth was sinking at the rate of 11 cm every year, which has increased by almost 50 per cent in the next two years to 17 cm per year. The situation in the area of Kapashera near the airport is most worrying among the vulnerable areas as the rate of submergence is very high here.
14 Feb 2022 LONDON
The drought not only is impacting miners, but also farmers and wine makers, which has led the authorities to reform the nation’s water code.
14 Feb 2022 BUENOS AIRES, Argentina
Historic drought has affected commodity transportation on the river, regional ecosystems, fishing industry and tourism and power production. Continuation of below-normal levels of precipitation anticipated.
13 Feb 2022 KASAULI
Re-deployment of water services personnel, an increase in population, and a growth in tourism create additional stress on groundwater resources in northern India. Residents complain of water diversions.