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Effective Responses to Global Water Crisis Are Largely Local

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With exceptions like California and Australia, regions and cities shape resilient adaptations to water security.
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WASH: Talking the Water, Sanitation, and Health Dilemma at World Water Week

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Circle of Blue director J. Carl Ganter reports from World Water Week in Stockholm.

The Stream, August 30: More Crop Per Drop

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A theme of food and water waste reduction, especially in agriculture,…

The Stream, August 25: Dams - China's Ticking Time Bombs

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Southern Weekend, one of China’s major investigative news agencies,…

The Stream, August 23: If the Yangtze River Runs Dry

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Can the Yangtze, Asia's longest river, run dry? According to…

Lake Chad Could be Gone in 20 Years, Seminar Finds

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Shrinking Lake Chad. Images courtesy NASAUN Agency tries to draw attention, and more water to Lake Chad.
Video: Discussing Water at World Water Week in Stockholm

Video: Discussing Water at World Water Week in Stockholm

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J. Carl Ganter, director of Circle of Blue, Rob Kerr, vice president of GlobeScan, and other water experts at World Water Week in Stockholm discuss the findings of the Circle of Blue | Globescan global water survey.

Peter Gleick: An International Water Perspective; Water in Crisis

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World Water Week I'm spending the week at the Stockholm Water Symposium, an international meeting involving more than 2,000 people from over 130 countries.

Sanitation shortcomings spotlighted at World Water Week

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STOCKHOLM - Concern over sanitation emerges as a primary focus…

ITT, SustainAbility discuss water crisis solutions during Stockholm "Watermark" session

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[flv:ITT_WATERMARK.flv 320 181]Original video available online…