27 Jan 2022 VICTORIA, Canada
New research identifies potential social and ecological implications of dwindling water resources and hotspot basins most vulnerable to depletion.
27 Jan 2022 ISLAMABAD, Pakistan
Pakistan president calls for technological solutions for water monitoring and efficiency improvements.
27 Jan 2022 MONTREAL, Canada
The engagement of young people in the sustainable and inclusive management of water resources is at the core of the priorities of Senegal, the host country of the 9th World Water Forum. This event is a great opportunity to mobilize and support a global youth movement.
16 Jan 2022 TORONTO, Canada
Scientists urge charities to "stop animal gifting" as excessive numbers of livestock in some developing countries has crippled communities affected by food and water insecurity.
16 Jan 2022 STOCKHOLM, Sweden
Crashing ocean waves found to emit “forever chemicals” into the air. New evidence that sea spray aerosol can be an important source of PFAS in the atmosphere.
16 Jan 2022 WASHINGTON DC, United States
Rainfall variability, and resulting water scarcity, is a contributing force in migration, says the World Bank in new report.
16 Jan 2022 IDLIB, Syria
An attack on Al-Arshani water pumping station by Russian jets in early January severely damaged the main water supply pipeline, and damaged other essential equipment, cutting off water supply to 240,000.
15 Jan 2022 WALNUT CREEK CA, United States
New $1 Million USD project funded partly funded by The Water Research Foundation will research and develop more effective nutrient management in wastewater treatment systems.
15 Jan 2022 STOCKHOLM, Sweden
New report from GWP concludes that, although gender has been integrated into policymaking in several countries, there is still a wide gap between policy and practice, and a long way to go before gender equality is achieved in water resources management.
13 Jan 2022 SACRAMENTO CA
Voluntary water use reduction falls short of target; state-wide drought continues.
13 Jan 2022 KIEL
A new study indicates that due to increasing warming in the Humboldt Current upwelling area, the ecosystem is heading towards a tipping point beyond which anchovy will begin to retreat and not continue to dominate nearshore fishing grounds.
13 Jan 2022 WASHINGTON DC
Small businesses are at the forefront of addressing these environmental problems and the funding will enable further development of new technologies.