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IWMI is a non-profit, scientific research organization focusing on the sustainable use of water and land resources in developing countries.
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New Paper: Unpacking the water-energy-environment-food nexus: working across systems
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IWMI's at the ongoing 'Ethiopia Water and Energy Week' draws attention to the --- nexus.
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IWMI Jun 17
. / : New app to map and monitor the world's supply: The app allows countries can compare data with one another. It also shows changes from 1984 through 2018 through interactive maps, graphs and full-data downloads.
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IWMI Jun 17
New Paper: Doubling farmers’ income under climate change
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UN-Water Jun 16
that floods and droughts are among the most economically and socially destructive of all natural disasters? They ruin crops, destroy livelihoods, damage economies. Tool by helps map groundwater drought risk in the Southern Africa region:
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IWMI Jun 16
New Paper: Solar Irrigation for Agriculture Resilience (SoLAR): a new SDC [Swiss Agency for Development an...
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IWMI Jun 15
New Paper: Reforming India’s water governance to meet 21st century challenges: practical pathways to reali...
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IWMI Jun 14
- Hear two communities’ experiences with participatory water supply in -- in their own photos and words:
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IWMI Jun 14
New Book: Revolutionizing smallholder irrigation in Africa
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IWMI Jun 13
New Journal Article: Delineation of spring recharge zones using environmental isotopes to support climate-...
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IWMI Jun 13
.: and + - How much do you know? Take this 10 minute ‘quizurvey’ – a hybrid between a quiz and a survey –
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IWMI Jun 13
DYK that you eat + drink 🥤thousands of bits of every year? 'Ppl who meet their recommended water intake through tap water ingest an additional 4,000 plastic particles annually, while those who drink only bottled water ingest over 90,000'
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IWMI Jun 11
Sunshine as a - The global price of power is 1/10 of the price 10 years ago. What a chance we have! Though there are also problems with this solution, is trying to solve them: .
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IWMI Jun 11
Recharging and sustaining aquifers is key for ensuring year-round availability in ’s mountain and for reducing the reliance of upland communities on rainfall:
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IWMI Jun 11
About 35% of the world’s biodiversity-rich wetlands have been lost or seriously degraded since 1970... We can’t halt extinctions unless we protect water - opines DG :
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CGIAR Jun 10
? Only 10% of global wastewater finds a sewer and even less gets treated. But can today's become tomorrow's wealth?
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IWMI Jun 10
Groundbreaking research is helping us build a better understanding of springsheds together with an evidence base for selecting the most effective interventions.
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IWMI Jun 7
News from : ISMAR10 – Managed aquifer recharge best practice is showcased and shared in Madrid
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IWMI Jun 7
News from : Stocktaking and strategizing on transboundary aquifer work
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IWMI Jun 7
Every year, thousands of people are forced to leave their homes as a direct consequence of climate-related impediments to drinking water and food production. How water scarcity triggers the refugee crisis – and what tech can do to solve it:
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