More: Water Resources

Indonesia and the Future of Water Diplomacy

Through its participation in the World Water Forum, Indonesia, the largest archipelagic country in the world, with more than 17 thousand islands with a...

From Scarcity to Sustainability: The GCC’s Journey Towards Water Security

World Water Day casts a spotlight on the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries' journey towards sustainable water security — a remarkable feat given their...

Pakistan’s Water Pollution: Silent Threat to Health and Economy

Pakistan, like many other developing countries across the world, is beset by extreme water scarcity and pollution. There is a noticeable imbalance between the...

Barely a drop of safe water to drink in Gaza, UN aid agency warns

As the UN Security Council was slated to meet for a third consecutive day on Wednesday in a new push for consensus to pause...

Travel and Tourism continues to grow, its water intensity falls -Report

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) today launched its new groundbreaking report, ‘Water Roadmap for Travel & Tourism’, revealing total water intensity by...

Droplets of Oppression: Unmasking Israel’s Weaponization of Water in Palestine

“Israeli households have access to three to five times more daily water supply than the average Palestinian household.” Introduction The control of water resources has long...

The Concept of Sustainability for the World’s Cotton Industry Amidst Geopolitical Challenges

The textile industry is one of the industries that contributes to the largest air pollution in the world. Responsible for 10% of global carbon...

Depleting Water Resources and Growing Risks of Water Wars

Climate change, often regarded as byproduct of modern industrial society, has gradually transformed into a challenge with global ramification. The most concerning factor regarding...

Down the drain lies a promising climate and nature solution – UN report

Wastewater is a growing health and environmental threat, accounting for almost as much planet warming emissions as the aviation industry. Yet with the right...

Navigating Water Conflict in Central Asia: The Amu Darya River and the Qosha Tepa Canal Project

In the post-Soviet era, Central Asia experienced a pronounced upsurge in geopolitical tensions, significantly shifting the focus toward the pressing matter of the water...

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President Biden is destroying international law to protect Israel

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European Union artificial intelligence (AI) act

The European Union (EU) Council declared on Tuesday that...

China – Thailand promote bilateral transactions in local currencies

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) and the Bank...

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