EU and China reached a historic climate agreement to cut emissions. Matt Hoye and Holly Yan, November 12, 2014, Mexico. United States and China reached a climate agreement in which they agree to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases in the next two decades. These…View More EU and China reached a historic climate agreement to cut emissions.
Fact Sheet: President Obama’s Climate Action Plan The White House, Office of Press Secretary. President Barack Obama .June 25, 2013 We have a moral obligation to leave our children a planet that’s not polluted or damaged, and by taking an all- of-the-above approach to develop…View More Fact Sheet: President Obama’s Climate Action Plan
Polluted rivers of Mexico 73% M. Lopez L. El Mundo de Orizaba, News, 16/12/2012, Mexico. In Mexico, 73% of the rivers are polluted, the tributaries Veracruz and Coatzacoalcos White top the list, according to the National Water Commission, Conagua. This was revealed in the evaluation…View More Polluted rivers of Mexico 73%
Biodiversity of the Orinoco river basin: obligatory reference. January 17, 2011, Colombia, Venezuela. The Orinoco river binational basin extends over an area of 981,446 km2, shared by 65% in Venezuela and by Colombia in 35%, it provides valuable information about the current state of knowledge…View More Biodiversity of the Orinoco river basin: obligatory reference.
Water and Industry. Themes related with the water issues. Water Advisory Council. A. C. Mexico. Water is used by the industry in different ways: for cleaning, heating and cooling; to generate steam, to transport dissolved substances or particulates; as raw material as a solvent and…View More Water and Industry. Themes related with the water issues.
Joint effort helps restore Danube River and Black Sea ecosystems United Nations Development Programme21 March, 2011. An international plan, supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), has helped to restore the fragile plant and animal life of the Danube River basin after 75 years…View More Joint effort helps restore Danube River and Black Sea ecosystems
Pollution is killing the Nile river Posted by pier.barakat the April 8, 2010, in Environmental Issues, Waste Before it was discovered that the Amazon is the world’s longest river, the Nile bore that title. From childhood we have heard his name in the books…View More Pollution is killing the Nile river
Fayanas E.E. Water crisis in India Rebellión:Social Ecology 19-12-2010. India is the second most populous country in the world with more than one billion people in 2030, will be the first world’s most populous country. We witness a spectacular economic development with annual growth of…View More Water crisis in India
Yangtze River pollution continues growing China.2007. The Yangtze River, the longest in Asia,with a long about 6300 Km and a basin of 1800.000 Km2, remains seriously affected by pollution. The first government study on environmental conditions reveals that far from diminishing, pollution of the…View More Yangtze River pollution continues growing
Water Pollution in China ANSA, Peking. China.09/02/2010. The Chinese government acknowledged that the country’s waters have twice the pollution of that he admitted to an official report of 2007 on the pollution of water resources. The Ministry of Environmental Protection presented the new data,…View More Water Pollution in China
General situation of water resources and water and sanitation in Honduras. Posted by Global Water Partnership, Central Chapter (GWP Central America) and the Alliance for Water The water resource is abundant in Honduras, it is estimated that there is an availability of 13,776 m3 of…View More General situation of water resources and water and sanitation in Honduras
Beleño I. The 50% of water in Colombia is of poor quality. News Agency NC, Bogotá D. C., 3 / 3 / 2011. National University of Colombia. Although Colombia is the sixth largest country in the world water reserve, the Ministry of Environment estimates that…View More The 50% of water in Colombia is of poor quality.