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Is There a Link between Renewable Energy and Clean Drinking Water?

Despite the advanced age we live in, one in every 10 people doesn’t have access to clean water. That adds up to more than 800 million people worldwide. Billions of people are forced to draw their drinking water from contaminated sources, and the impact has been truly disastrous. Most countries in Central Asia, South America, Africa and Eastern Europe have…

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Federal Funding for 76 Water-Energy Conservation Projects in 13 Western States

The Dept. of Agriculture and Dept. of Interior’s Bureau of Land Reclamation are investing $47 million in shared-cost funding in joining with local authorities, farmers and ranchers to improve water conservation and energy efficiency, as well as enhance drought response,

Water purification ensures healthy people and a healthy environment

Water Purification to Ensure Health Safety and Save Lives

By Stephen Roshy Water is a prime necessity for survival for all living beings, humans, animals and plants. With limited resources at hand, and water being one of them, we need to take measures to ensure optimal use of water for all purposes. Clean water from natural water resources is used by many industries and homes, while some are deprived…

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World Water Week opens on August 22

World Water Week 2011: The Business of Water Management Requires Collaboration

World Water Week is the annual meeting place for the planet’s most urgent water-related issues. Organized by Stockholm International Water Institute, it brings together the world’s experts, practitioners, decision makers and leaders to exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions. World Water Week opened in Stockholm on Monday August 22nd with calls for better urban water management to ensure…

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