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Commentary on SDG 6.4: Continued Lack of Storage Considerations in Water Scarcity Metrics

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It remains unclear how the success of an ambitious goal to improve…

In Oakland, Still A City With Thorns, A New Garden Emerges (Part II)

Quality of life and economy thrive with greater care for water,…

Water Talk: Expert Q&As on the UN Sustainable Development Goals for Water

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For the first time, international leaders meeting in New York City this weekend will consider a dedicated goal for water.

Q&A: Bill Christiansen on the Sustainable Development Goal for Water Efficiency

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Bill Christiansen, program manager for the Chicago-based Alliance for Water Efficiency, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the efficient and sustainable use of water, talks with Circle of Blue about the subgoal to improve water efficiency.
Ma Jun on China's Economic Development.

U.S. Marks At Least 65 Years of National Water Crisis

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A short history lesson about water shortage, water wars, and…
Ma Jun on China's Economic Development.

The Stream, July 6: Hunger Looms in Somalia and Sudan

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aid organizations are warning of a possible famine in Sudan,…
Ma Jun on China's Economic Development.

The Stream, May 23: Glacial Floods, Robot Fish, and Missing School for Water

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Chile A glacial lake in Chile's Patagonia region drained for…
Ma Jun on China's Economic Development.

The Stream, March 14: South Africa's Water Gap

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South Africa could face a 17 percent gap between water supply…
Ma Jun on China's Economic Development.

The Stream, March 13: South American Gold Rush Triggers Worries Over Water

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What are "social-environmental" conflicts? Why are mining projects…
Ma Jun on China's Economic Development.

The Stream, September 28: Future of Food Insecurity?

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Nowhere are the impacts of climate change more pronounced than…
Ma Jun on China's Economic Development.

The Stream, September 14: Global Climate Spending Grows

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Global climate-protection spending totaled a record $567 billion…
Ma Jun on China's Economic Development.

Q&A: Ma Jun on China's Economic Development and Water Resources

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Ma Jun tells Circle of Blue that China is still on the track of a highly energy- and resource-intensive model, with the need to de-couple economic growth from the expansion of resource consumption