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A Future Earth Conference | 24-27 September 2019 | Towards a Sustainable Water Future! |
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Water Future Conference 2019 17h
Registration is now live for the International Conference of Future Earth, "Towards a Sustainable Water Future". For participation click on link below: . . .
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Water Future Conference 2019 17h
Special session by "Dr. Rabi Mohtar (TEES Professor, Texas A&M University) and Bassel Daher (Research Associate, Texas A&M University)" on "Innovatively addressing WEF challenges". Read More: .
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India Science Wire/इंडिया साइंस वायर May 22
"The information we have collected can be employed to enhance quality management of water bodies and to identify the major pollution sources"
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SPWD May 22
The Rajasthan government plans to revive traditional water bodies to fight drinking water crisis in drought-affected areas.
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Mongabay India May 14
Patna is declared as one of the worst polluted cities (in terms of air pollution) in the world. One of the reasons contributing to the pollution is the shifting of Ganga river, say experts.
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World Bank Water May 11
If we don't change our habits now, global demand for could increase by 50 percent by 2030. RT
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India Water Portal May 8
26-Year-Old Activist Aatmabodhanand Breaks 194-Day Fast On Receiving Written Assurance For A Cleaner Ganga
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SPWD May 10
Deep depletion of sources has adversely affected more than 75,000 borewells which dried up in the current and kharif season in Anantapur district alone.
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India Water Portal May 11
As dry up, will stop receiving water from its three main sources by June
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Future Earth May 8
Registration is now live for the international conference of Future Earth, “Towards a Sustainable Water Future." Online registration is mandatory for all participants. More information:
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IPBES May 6
Think that is the only crisis facing ? The Report is the first to rank the relative impact of drivers of loss. 1. Land/Sea Use Change 2. Direct Exploitation 3. Climate Change 4. Pollution 5. Invasive Species
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IPBES May 6
What are the 5 direct drivers of change in nature with largest relative global impacts? 1: Change in land & sea use. 2: Direct exploitation of organisms. 3: Climate Change 4: Pollution 5: Invasive Species. — Newly launched
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Water Future Conference 2019 May 6
Theme #11: SDG Implementation -Understanding risks in SDG implementation -Financing SDG Implementation Read More:
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Jeremy Corbyn May 5
Water is an essential service which must be run for the many, not for the profits of the few.
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SANDRP May 4
-Coorg, primary catchment area of , running dry. River insufficient to quench needs of a thirsty state. With no flow, lands d/s & further course of affected, leaving states to fight deficit of water says Anusha Sundar
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Water For People May 5
This village is celebrating their access to safe water, but also so much more. See why:
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UN-Water May 4
"Estimates indicate that by 2030 more than 100 million people could fall back into extreme poverty due to climate change, while over 200 million people could be displaced due to more frequent and severe climatic disasters." blogpost
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UN-Water May 2
The opportunities from exploiting wastewater as a resource are enormous. Safely managed wastewater is an affordable and sustainable source of water, energy, nutrients and other recoverable materials.
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UN-Water May 3
Water scarcity already affects every continent. Water use has been growing globally at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century, and an increasing number of regions are reaching the limit at which water services can be sustainably delivered.
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Down To Earth May 1
New method can help predict reservoir levels three months in advance
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