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WORD CUP 2016
The Action Day for Water, organised for the first time in the history of UN...
The latest progress report on Europe’s bathing waters from the European Environment Agency highlighted issues...
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Water utilities face a challenge to make the most of the increasing opportunities offered by...
Plymouth and Exeter universities have completed the first set of ecological studies as part of...
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IoT, or “Internet of Things,” incorporates sensor-based data gathering (i.e. smart devices) with next-generation wireless networking for remote monitoring and management of water networks....
TransAlta, a power generation and wholesale marketing company, has entered into a five-year agreement with the Government of Alberta to manage water on the Bow River at...
The cultivation of qat, a mild narcotic which is consumed by 70 percent of Yemeni adults, is draining aquifers in a country where three...
Greater collaboration between companies and the WASH community is needed to help achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6–water and sanitation for all–, says a new...
Droughts. Deluge. Hurricanes. Mudslides. Ice Storms. Americans are getting to know extreme hydrological events. Republican’s nominated Donald Trump and Democrats chose Hillary Clinton, but...
Competition for water is not being managed to reflect the scarcity of resources in the energy and agricultural sectors. Nick Michell spoke to a...