#wastewater News

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Ethnic conflict, mismanaged development projects and climate change are pushing a major Indian lake to the brink.
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The islanders of Bangka Belitung, off Sumatra, have long hunted squid for sustenance and trade, but some fear this is being imperilled by mining.
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The water crisis is sparking more interest from private equity and start-ups are dishing out solutions that are less capital-intensive, observe industry watchers. The data, however, points to a picture that is more mixed, with stop-start investment cycles that are largely cyclical.
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Kuala Selat village lies on the coast of Indragiri Hilir district on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. In the first half of the year, residents of the village arrange buckets and drums to collect rainwater to meet their daily needs. They will then stockpile water to last through the dry months from June to September, but a longer dry spell has led to an acute shortage of water.
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#wastewater Opinion

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Across the region, it’s never been more critical to cultivate a resilient healthcare workforce capable of addressing climate-induced public health issues.
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Despite being on other sides of the planet, Jakarta and Iowa are staring down similar issues around water hygiene and supply.
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Public opinion will dictate how Japanese seafood is received after the wastewater is disposed of into the Pacific Ocean.
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In the World Economic Forum’s 2023 Global Risks Report, nine of the ten biggest risks for the next decade have a water-related component.
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#wastewater Videos

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Worldwide, 100 million families are stuck in a cycle of poverty and disease because of the lack of access to clean water. What would it take to slake humanity's thirst for water in a sustainable way?
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Microfibre pollution is a growing problem around the world. What's a concerned citizen to do?
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Greenpeace International urges global clothing brands to apply sustainable manufacturing practices, and stop the use of hazardous chemicals that cause water pollution by 2020
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