Dive into water resource management, related policies and climate challenges

Climate change and human activity mean we are facing a challenging task in an unpredictable environment. The ongoing effects of human activity mean those responsible for managing water resources are facing a more challenging task in an unpredictable environment. Water resources management enables the effective management of water resources across all water uses, disciplines and even boundaries.

VIDEO: How Mexico City copes with water scarcity

VIDEO: How Mexico City copes with water scarcity

  • By Aquatech
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  • 08-06-2020

Mexico City was one of the most extraordinary and balanced water cities in the world, but is now a metropolis with 20 million inhabitants where many f...

VIDEO: 'Sea of Opportunity' for phosphorus recovery in the Baltic Region

VIDEO: 'Sea of Opportunity' for phosphorus recovery in the Baltic Region

  • By Aquatech
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  • 05-02-2020

New documentary showcases three EU phosphorus recycling technologies.

Partnership in Action: Innovative Project Brings Clean Drinking Water to Local Kenya Community

Partnership in Action: Innovative Project Brings Clean Drinking Water to Local Kenya Community

  • By Aquatech
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  • 29-10-2019

Sponsored: DuPont Water Solutions and USAID partnered with LSOSF to support an innovative water project in Kenia.

Water Resource Management: our essential guide to water resource management objectives, policy & strategies

Water Resource Management: our essential guide to water resource management objectives, policy & strategies

  • By Aquatech
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  • 15-07-2019

Our essential guide to Water Resource Management. Climate change and human activity mean we are facing a challenging task in an unpredictable environm...

Water reuse staggers ahead in Europe following council boost

Water reuse staggers ahead in Europe following council boost

  • By Aquatech
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  • 05-07-2019

The European Council has given its blessing to move forward water reuse yet member states will still have the power to decide the level to which it's ...

A phoenix from the drought? Chennai to reignite desalination

A phoenix from the drought? Chennai to reignite desalination

  • By Aquatech
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  • 04-07-2019

Severe drought is forcing the country to re-evaluate desalination and bring plans for a third desalination plant back to life in Chennai…

Global rivers contaminated with antibiotics, finds new research

Global rivers contaminated with antibiotics, finds new research

  • By Aquatech
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  • 12-06-2019

The first ever global study has found concentrations of antibiotics exceeds safe levels by up to 300 times in some of the world’s rivers

Flood defences not enough to win ‘war against water’

Flood defences not enough to win ‘war against water’

  • By Aquatech
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  • 20-05-2019

In order to ensure infrastructure resilience, England has been cautioned to rethink its flood protection strategy and invest every year up until 2050.

China assigns more funds to improve water quality as 2020 deadline looms

China assigns more funds to improve water quality as 2020 deadline looms

  • By Aquatech
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  • 21-03-2019

China’s government could assign more investment to help reduce levels of “black and odorous water”.

Cape Town's "Day Zero" - What can we learn?

Cape Town's "Day Zero" - What can we learn?

  • By Aquatech
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  • 25-06-2018

Water taps for citizens and businesses were expected to shut off by April 2018, on “Day Zero”, due to the most severe drought in Cape Town...