People in this US city will drink treated sewage water due to climate change drought By: CNN Posted: Dec 03, 2018 The people of El Paso in Texas are living in the middle of the harsh Chihuahuan Desert The city gets little relief with an…View More People in this US city will drink treated sewage water due to climate change drought
We celebrate World Oceans Day to remind everyone of the major role the oceans have in everyday life. They are the lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe.View More World Oceans Day 2018
he system has named countries where shrinking reservoirs could lead to the taps completely drying up, the study said. Tensions have been apparent in India over the water allocations for two reservoirs connected by the Narmada river, it said.View More Water shortage to hit India soon, new satellite study warns
(Español) El agua es un recurso vital que cada vez es más escaso. Su uso indiscriminado, el aumento de la población global y los efectos del cambio climático ponen en riesgo el panorama futuro del planeta TierraView More Water demand will grow 80% in the cities until 2050.
Equal access to water: Improving gender relations around water access, use & governance in six countries. Report from UN Development Programme Published on 17 Oct 2016. Women and men access, use, and benefit from water differently; yet due to existing gender disparities, their relationship to…View More Equal access to water and the governance in six countries.
Juan G. R. and Collaborators. Technical and scientific publications on water, irrigation and climate change, 2013-2016. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 16-18, July, 2016, Spain. Publications made during the period 2013 to 2016 by a group of researchers, professors, specialists and technicians…View More Technical and scientific publications on water, irrigation and climate change, 2013-2016.
The Mekong: Slow Death of a River. A commentary by Dan Southerland, Radio Free Asia, 2016-07-08 Mekong River has it origin in Tibet, is the Southeast Asia’s longest river, with 60 to 70 million people depending on it for food, commerce, irrigation, transportation, and drinking…View More The Mekong: Slow Death of a River.
A Warming World means less water with economic consequences. NPR Staff, May 22, 2016 The World Bank report says we also need to think about too little water, the potable sort. There are areas where water is readily available, like Central Africa and East Asia,…View More A Warming World means less water with economic consequences
World Water Day 2016 “We can take bold action to address water inequity as part of our efforts to realize the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Message for World Water Day 2016 Water means jobs Water is the essential building block of…View More World Water Day 2016
California Water Board to investigate Use of Oilfield Wastewater to Irrigate Crops. http://www.circleofblue.org/waternews/2016/world/california-water-board-to-investigate-use-of-oilfield-wastewater-to-irrigate-crops/ By Brett Walton, Circle of Blue, Monday, 11 January 2016 On January 12, in an office building east of Sacramento, an expert panel on food safety will gather for its first public…View More Use of Oilfield Wastewater to Irrigate Crops.
Juan G. R., Juan P. J. A. Worldwide development of irrigated area in the main countries. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 6, No. 1: 32-35, November, 2015, Spain. In the mid 20th century, the world irrigated area was 121 million hectares, in the early 21st…View More Worldwide development of irrigated area in the main countries.
Recycle sewage water for irrigation during drought: HC to Maharashtra HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Mumbai Updated: Sep 16, 2015 The Bombay high court on Wednesday told the Maharashtra government to consider recycling sewage water so that it can be used for irrigation during the drought-like…View More Recycle sewage water for irrigation during drought: HC to Maharashtra
One – third of the World´s largest Ground water Sources are in serious trouble: study. The Huffington Post Hilary Hanson Posted: 06/17/2015, USA The earth’s biggest groundwater basins are being depleted far more quickly than previously believed, it was examined the 37 largest aquifers on…View More One-Third Of The World’s Largest Groundwater Sources Are In Serious Trouble
Farmers versus big business: the politics of irrigation in Tanzania Elizabeth Harrison and Anna Mdee Thursday 14 May 2015 Lack of clarity over who should regulate and control water access causes competition between farmers, urban dwellers and foreign investment. Farmers in Tanzania say that sprinkler…View More Farmers versus big business: the politics of irrigation in Tanzania