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Water Experts Prep for UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen

Copenhagen Experts at an international water and energy conference in Copenhagen this week hope to pool their resources and hone their message for the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference. The three-day water and energy conference is being hosted by the International Water Association (IWA) and runs through today. The London-based non-profit organization brings together global water professionals to develop effective and sustainable approaches of water management.


The Stream, November 14, 2019: Second-Highest Tide On Record Hits Venice, Italy, Prompting State of Emergency

The Global Rundown Venice, Italy, declares a state of emergency as the second-highest tide on record swamps a majority of the city. Wildfires in New South Wales, Australia, ease slightly, but more than 100 blazes continue across the country’s drought-stricken eastern coast. U.S. states must begin taking precautions as hurricanes intensify, a new study warns. […]


What’s Up With Water – Jakarta, Indonesia’s Sinking Capital

What’s Up with Water, your “need-to-know news” of the world’s water. In India, officials credit early warning systems and swift evacuations for minimizing casualties when Cyclone Fani struck the eastern coast last week. The massive storm hit the state of Odisha, but fewer than 20 fatalities were reported, compared to thousands dead in a similar […]


The Stream, August 9: Millions Lose Water Access in Aleppo

The Global Rundown Fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo damaged critical infrastructure this week, cutting electricity and water supplies to more than 2 million residents. Proposed regulations in China could impose stricter cleanup requirements for mining companies. The long-term costs of the lead-contaminated water crisis in Flint, Michigan could total nearly $400 million. Farmers […]