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International development banks and financiers have come under powerful civic pressure to halt investments in industrial projects that threaten water supplies around the world.

World Bank Loan to India Leads to Water-Damaging Projects

Report finds that a generation after withdrawing big loan for…

Financiers Express Concern About Missouri River Pipeline Crossing

Conflict over water supplies and land makes investors nervous This…
The Rampal project in Bangladesh has spurred fierce public opposition since 2010, when residents learned of the proposed coal-fired power plant.

Protests Over Water Safety, Bank Financing Rock Bangladesh Coal Plants

Rampal coal-fired generating station is defended by government,…

World Bank Loan to India Leads to Water-Damaging Projects

Report finds that a generation after withdrawing big loan for…

Financiers Express Concern About Missouri River Pipeline Crossing

Conflict over water supplies and land makes investors nervous This…
The Rampal project in Bangladesh has spurred fierce public opposition since 2010, when residents learned of the proposed coal-fired power plant.

Protests Over Water Safety, Bank Financing Rock Bangladesh Coal Plants

Rampal coal-fired generating station is defended by government,…

Big Banks Finance Water-Damaging, Climate-Warming Energy Projects

Despite commitment to reduce national emissions, development banks spend $US billions on coal-fired power plants.

Understanding Water Risks Drives Global Investors

Finance managers develop tools to avoid losses.