The Water Resources Research Center’s (WRRC) Annual Photo Contest is back and it’s your chance to showcase your work while helping
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Briefing note identifying signs of evolution towards sustainability in corporate water management and stewardship.
A new Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM)-designed facility for Winship Cancer Institute breaks ground at Emory University Hospital Midtown, in
WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Reclamation today announced awards totaling $2 million to ten projects to establish or expand water markets or water
The scourge of plastic waste that washes up on once-pristine beaches and finds its way into the middle of the ocean often starts on land, is
Water underpins the global economy and agriculture is by far the world’s largest water consumer, accounting for 70% of freshwater withdrawals.
environmentBev SmilesIssue 1244AustraliaNovember 8, 2019The 1991 Darling River crisis, which witnessed the world’s largest blue-green algal
The Aral Sea Basin, defined in red, straddles six countries in Central Asia. See detailed map in full at Credit: UNU-INWEH By Stefanos Xenarios,
Export Development Canada (EDC) has recognized cleantech companies whose technologies and business strategies have succeeded in getting their
Mussel species that invaded Southeast Asian waters now appears in India
Brazil adds deforestation monitoring for all biomes so long as money lasts
Rapid expansion of protected areas around the world failing to reduce human
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Mexico plans huge increase in palm oil production in sensitive ecosystems
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