The At the Waterline blog’s Water Resources page has been updated with 12 new additions in the past few weeks, for a total of 83 links to sources of information and action on issues related to freshwater scarcity.
Check out the new additions:
aquaNOW.info: the World’s Water Data Engine
Ceres: Mobilising Business Leadership or a Sustainable World (Issues: Water Issues)
>>> Ceres: Feeding Ourselves Thirsty: How the Food Sector Is Managing Global Water Risks (full report)
FAN: Freshwater Action Network
The Guardian: Access to clean water and sanitation around the world – mapped
LLoyd’s 360 Risk Insight: Global Water Scarcity, Risks and Challenges for Business
The Solutions Project (U.S. state plans for 100% clean, renewable energy)
World Health Organisation (WHO): Health Topics: Water
WHO Programmes: Water Sanitation Health
(*Note: The international public-interest development organization WaterLex employs me as its head of communications. )
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