Category: Water

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How The Water Market Can Help Your Business

How The Water Market Can Help Your Business

Let’s talk about water. Businesses need it every day to keep things going. You could be using water by the minute for cleaning or processing. You coul [...]
Egypt, World Bank discuss cooperation on water projects

Egypt, World Bank discuss cooperation on water projects

Egypt's Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Abdel Aaty met with a World Bank delegation, on Saturday, to discuss cooperation on new wat [...]
Experts discuss waterwise solutions at W12+ convention

Experts discuss waterwise solutions at W12+ convention

By 2050, almost two billion people living in cities will suffer water shortages as the demand for water increases up to 70%, the World Bank reports. W [...]
Banks lent $2.6tn linked to ecosystem and wildlife destruction in 2019 – report

Banks lent $2.6tn linked to ecosystem and wildlife destruction in 2019 – report

The world’s largest investment banks provided more than $2.6tn (£1.9tn) of financing linked to the destruction of ecosystems and wildlife last year, a [...]
Bollette, in dieci anni acqua più cara Dai rifiuti alla luce, aumenti del 60%

Bollette, in dieci anni acqua più cara Dai rifiuti alla luce, aumenti del 60%

Impennata delle tariffe negli ultimi dieci anni, con acqua e rifiuti che guidano la classifica dei rincari. La bolletta dell’acqua costa oggi in media [...]
Ghana to Provide 550,000 People with Improved Water and Sanitation Services

Ghana to Provide 550,000 People with Improved Water and Sanitation Services

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors today approved $125 million from the International Development Association for the Greater Accra Metropoli [...]
Stronger Risk Management on Health and Water Disasters in Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic

Stronger Risk Management on Health and Water Disasters in Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic

Stronger and more integrated risk management is needed on health and water-related disasters in the wake of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemi [...]
Climate Change, Pollution and Urbanization Threaten Water in Canada

Climate Change, Pollution and Urbanization Threaten Water in Canada

There are melting glaciers and ice sheets in northern and western Canada and lead in drinking water in the older neighborhoods of many cities in C [...]
Our growing cities are forgetting about water. We need to be much smarter

Our growing cities are forgetting about water. We need to be much smarter

In 1900, just 15% of the world’s population lived in cities. Now that proportion is over 50%, which is a lot of people. In fact, it means around [...]
The Arctic is now expected to be ice-free by 2040

The Arctic is now expected to be ice-free by 2040

The last piece of summer sea-ice in the Arctic is expected to melt away in just 23 years, three decades earlier than previously expected. [...]
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