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Another Voice for Water in the Blogosphere

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Another water blog online means another hopeful drop in the bucket for a wet and fruitful future. The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), one of the first organizations added to this blog’s Water Resources page, has launched a water blog that, in the word’s of SIWI’s executive director, Torgny Holmgren, is aimed at “sharing knowledge to realize a water wise world.”

In the blog’s “welcome” post, on Feb. 24, Holmgren said the fast-growing SIWI enables knowledge-sharing and networking among scientists, businesses, policy makers and civil society workers. As such, Holmgren wrote, the organization’s blog will “host opinions, commentary, photos and videos … as we deliver collaborative projects to solve water issues around the globe.” Read his post.

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