Tokyo Electric Power will have to dump radioactive water from its destroyed Fukushima nuclear power plant directly into the Pacific Ocean, Japan's environment minister said on Tuesday.
While contemplating our natural resources, past conversations often centered around fossil fuels and them becoming scarce due to overuse. However, recent conversations have stirred our attention to another natural resource that is available in abundance but is still causing a crisis in many parts of the world. Water!
Mohamed Al Junaibi, Director of Humanitarian Affairs at the ERC in Yemen, stated that the project will serve over 2,000 families suffering from water scarcity.
Emirates Nature-WWF has called on all businesses in the UAE to monitor their water consumption and support the preservation of natural resources by implementing the simple Alliance of Water Stewardship “how-to” guide on sustainability in the workplace.
Every form of life on earth depends on water for subsistence. Access to water underpins public health and is critical to sustainable development and a stable and prosperous world. According to the United Nations, water-related challenges include the fact that 2.1 billion people lack access
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently announced that piped water will reach all homes in the countryside by 2024, setting a tough target at a time when hundreds of millions don’t have access to clean water. India’s first Union Minister for Jal Shakti (Water Power) Gajendra Shekhawat faces this daunting task, as Modi has clubbed
A 29-year-old Asian national was killed after the water bike he was on with his wife, 27, collided with another bike, on Al Mamzar Beach in the Emirate of Sharjah.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s move to launch a 60-billion-rupee ($842 million) plan to tackle water shortages in the country is commendable. The project seeks to replenish
It’s no longer a sci-fi movie. The next war will most likely be over water. Water scarcity is real and world governments need to put together a global strategy to conserve the life-giving liquid (“UAE's Well of Hope will provide clean water to 34 countries,” June 19, Gulf Today). In light on this, UAE ‘Well of Hope’ campaign
Around 100 million people across India are said to be on the front lines of a nationwide water crisis and this should be seen as a wakeup call for countries around the world to better manage the precious water resources. The World Health Organisation’s has estimated that 844 million people already lack access