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FAO 1h
By 2050, 2/3 of the world's population could be living under water-stressed conditions. We need to respect this precious resource and change our actions now. How are you saving ?
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Nicole Swanson 12h
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World Economic Forum Nov 18
Putting lives and jobs at risk. Read more:
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gallina fiedler 2h
In a New World/Law in Order my family all bodies of and all the magical species that call these bodies of water home will be protected, respected and kept spotless worldwide!
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miller williams Nov 11
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Mike Rutsch 12h
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RaviChandran Nov 18
Every drop of water is precious. Must use wisely. Fortunately excellent scientifically proven water conservation technologies are available. I have hands on experience on that by installing drip in with the technical support from
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Morganie 9h
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World Economic Forum Nov 17
: is suffering the 'worst crisis in its history'
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CMI Marseille 14h
Water is vital for ensuring sustainability. is home to 6% of the world’s population but less than 2% of the world’s renewable 💦supply! This year our contest is focusing on & ! If you're 18 to 35 APPLY TODAY!
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Christopher Daley 4h
Technically for the office but spending the holiday at home. With thanks to & (and our friends & , I guess).
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Assaad Razzouk Nov 17
4.5 billion people don’t have access to a toilet, with problem particularly acute in Africa: 76% of the population in Eritrea, 71% in Niger, 68% in Chad and 61% in South Sudan for example do not have access to even basic sanitation [Infographic via ]
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no way 8h
A global beverage giant is bottling and selling off the primary source of that belongs to a tiny Australian town, Stanley. please fix our broken water & planning laws now
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Laila (Galati Travels) Nov 18
Hi all, Here is my recent piece on debunking some myths about 's challenges. To note, many newspapers refused to publish it because it went against the government's narrative of water scarcity and building a dam. ​
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Majico Nov 16
Great work in Tanzania on improving our prototype off-grid purifier. We improves gravity-fed flow rates from 20mL to 1L and remove 99.5% of bacteria from river water. Still work to be done. But great progress towards a solution.
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Sana 3h
matters, Dry paddy intercropped with maize,groundnut and Mango orchard intercropped with turmeric and vegetables in . Intercrops acts as live mulching and plays crucial role in conservation and adds extra income to the
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+☀️=💛 19h
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EU Council Press 16h
Foreign ministers adopted conclusions on " intends to enhance EU diplomatic engagement about as a tool for peace, security and stability" Full text:
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The Big Carbon Cleanup Nov 15
Did you know? drink about 2,000 litres of each year. 🌲 🌍
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Khalsa Aid Nov 15
The happiness & joy of the people from rural after we installed a water pump in their village earlier this year.
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