Lack of sanitation for 2,4 billion people is undermining health improvements. Joint WHO/UNICEF, news release. June, 30, 2015 ¦ Geneva ¦ New York. The Joint Monitoring Programme report, Progress on sanitation and drinking water: 2015 update and MDG assessment, says worldwide, 1 in 3 people,…View More Lack of sanitation for 2.4 billion people is undermining health improvements
2014 UNESCO Director-General’s Message Water and Energy World Water Day, 22 March 2014. Water is fundamental to life and is the common denominator of all sustainable development challenges. We need water to produce food, we need water to produce energy and energy is required to…View More 2014 UNESCO, World Water Day, Director-General’s Message, Water & Energy.
2014 Theme: Water and Energy Water is required to produce nearly all forms of energy. Energy is needed at all stages of water extraction, treatment and distribution. Demand for freshwater and energy will continue to increase significantly over the coming decades. Saving energy is saving…View More 2014 Theme: Water and Energy
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
Anticipate internal migration in Mexico by water shortages. Notimex Vanguardia newspaper on Dec. 25, 2011, Mexico In the near future water shortages and lack of access to sanitation could generate migration flows that add pressure on overcrowded urban areas, anticipates a…View More Anticipate internal migration in Mexico by water shortages.