25 May 2022 WASHINGTON DC, United States
Frequency of water crises attributed to climate change and poor water resource management. Low levels of precipitation and growing population contribute to unresolved problems.
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.
12 May 2022 CAIRO, Egypt
Integrated water resource management, deployment of modern water reuse technology and information sharing are embedded in new Egypt-Netherlands protocol.
12 May 2022 ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates
The UAE has prioritized achievement of SDG 6 and has increased investment in desalination projects at a rate of 3 percent per annum in combination with other national strategic projects. Total investment in new plants has reached $2.1 Billion USD.
12 May 2022 LONDON
Unconventional water resources, such as desalinated water, are expected to play and the worldwide desalination industry is expected to in excess of 30 percent from 2021 through 2027.
12 May 2022 LONDON, United Kingdom
Examination of responses to CDP's survey suggests that both corporations and the financial institutions that support them are exposed to operating risks associated with water and well as more "hidden" risk associated with asset stranding and shareholder lawsuits for corporate mismanagement of water risk.
11 May 2022 MUSCAT
Oman Water and Wastewater Services company has started the trial run for a new water pipeline project worth RO150 million ($388 million) from Sohar desalination plant to A’Dhahirah. Ibrahim Hamad Al Hasani, Senior Manager of the project said that the water pipeline is 230 km long and that 15 water tanks were built (with a capacity of 451,000 cu m) in the wilayats of Sohar, Ibri and Dhank...
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 BEIJING
China Development Bank and Agricultural Development Bank of China are focusing on major water conservation projects, including flood prevention, disaster relief, rural water supply and others. Funds have already been released.
21 Apr 2022 TEL AVIV, Israel
Government to reverse water flow through 60 year old network of tunnels and pipes to fill Sea of Galilee to capacity with desalinated water. Project subject to criticism from humanitarians and environmentalists.
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.