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World Water Day 2017: "We all live downstream"

The Revd Rachel Mash is the co-ordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa’s Environmental Network. Water poverty is defined as living on less than 20 litres per day. 8 more words

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Water-short Singapore charts a course toward self-sufficiency

The island nation has little water of its own but is determined to shed a reliance on water imports. One key is water recycling, alongside desalination and catchment. 96 more words


Oregon Water Resources Department: Enhancing Sustainability Efforts and Agency Planning Needed to Better Address Oregon’s Water Supply Needs

Executive Summary

Oregon is facing growing pressures and concerns related to its water supply. The Water Resources Department (WRD), charged with managing the state’s water resources, could better balance water rights issuance and management with actions to sustain current and future water needs. 779 more words


Water our Lifeblood

Water is our most important resource. It is finite and we have as much now as we ever will. It is essential for life and good health. 76 more words

Water Restoration

How is Water Recycling an answer to our water crisis?

Today water recycling is considered the key to our water crisis. With great breakthroughs in all the areas of science, we have come to a conclusion that only self sustaining and holistic solutions are the way to go forward for a secure future. 729 more words

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No Water Bottles on the SUNY New Paltz Campus

This week I went out and interviewed students and faculty to see how they felt about water bottles no longer being sold on campus. I found that people were generally upset and would prefer if the campus would bring back water bottles. 14 more words

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Knorr Campaign Asks Consumers to ‘Eat’ Less Water

Knorr claims that addressing water waste is therefore “more important than ever,” and launched its new campaign during World Water Week in partnership with the Water Footprint Network (WFN). 18 more words

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