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WaterLandEcosystems 16h
Torgny Holmgren reflects on World Water Week and speaks about the challenges ahead for water and climate ? Read more about the 4 big things we learned at Stockholm’s
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UN Women Aug 31
Conserve water. Protect the environment. Preserve biodiversity.
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UNICEF Aug 31
Children wash their hands in a secondary school located just 10km from the contact line in Ukraine. Conflict has damaged vital water infrastructure here, resulting in regular water cuts.
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UNICEF Aug 30
Washing hands saves lives! Amnata is keeping clean in .
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UN Women Aug 30
The planet is under threat. The time to act is now.
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innocent drinks Aug 31
It's World Water Week. The perfect time to ask someone to shower with you. You know, to save water
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WWF 🐼 Aug 31
is the driving force of all nature.” Leonardo da Vinci. Learn why every drop matters 💧 -
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UN Women Sep 1
Oceans, along with +3 BILLION livelihoods that depend on them, are threatened by climate change. The 🌍 benefits when women take the lead in climate action!
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SIWI 7h
This year 48 finalists from 32 countries gathered in Stockholm for World Water Week and the international final of the Stockholm Junior Water Prize. In order to share their vibrant stories, we are introducing “Humans of SJWP” at WaterTank.
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WWF 🐼 Aug 31
Water, water everywhere… but only 1% is freshwater that we can readily use. WWF is working to safeguard it -
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UTZ Aug 31
Coffee processing demands a significant amount of water. Wastewater generated from coffee processing is often discharged untreated into waterways, many of which are used for drinking water. Sustainable water management means addressing water scarcity and pollution.
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SWPWater 3h
Replying to @USAID
"In the end these are what will help facilitate our partner countries’ journey to self-reliance in the water sector,” said James Peters, Deputy Assistant Administrator and Acting Global Water Coordinator, who led the Agency’s delegation to Stockholm.
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UN Development Sep 1
The Arab region is home to the world’s largest population of refugees and displaced people. It's also the planet’s most water-scarce and food-import-dependent region, and the only region where malnutrition rates have been rising.
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UN Development Aug 31
This Nepali grandma donated her land for her village's 1st plumbing system & tanks. She spent her whole life on water chores. She wants future generations of girls to have a chance to go to school & do more with their lives.
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World Wildlife Fund Aug 31
We must keep the Luangwa river free flowing for the communities and wildlife that depend on it. Take a stand to keep the Luangwa wild and free:
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FAO Aug 31
If we don't change our habits now, global demand for could increase by 50% by 2030.
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Fish and Wildlife ON Aug 30
Ontario has more than 250,000 lakes which contain about 1/5 of the world's fresh water.
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World Bank Sep 8
Read a case study on an innovative irrigation system, developed by Dinara Almanova from Kazakhstan 🇰🇿, and other water projects from youth contest, highlighted during :
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Rotary International Aug 31
World leaders have set a number of goals for 2030 – to eradicate extreme poverty and create a fairer, more sustainable future. Goal number 6 is ‘Water and sanitation for all’. Ambitious, yes. But not rocket science.
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World Bank Aug 31
Cooperative water management within countries and across boundaries in the region is a must for stability and peacebuilding. 🕊 🌍
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