September 01, 2014
We are excited to have joined hands with PepsiCo in jointly launching the Report “Delivering access to safe water through partnerships”. It illustrates various ways partnerships leverage support to enable creative new strategies that achieve measurable and sustainable progress in the fight to alleviate water insecurity and provide access to safe water. This includes water […]
August 09, 2014
By Desirée Mohindra Water demand set to rise by 52% within the next 30 years in South Africa South Africa joins the governments of Jordan, Mexico and the State of Karnataka in India as a partner with the Water Resources Group Cape Town, South Africa – At the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town, Minister […]
August 09, 2014
Die DEZA ist finanziell und personell eng mit globalen Wasserprivatisierungsoffensiven von Nestlé & Co. verknüpft. Dabei liesse die in der Schweiz praktizierte Wasserbewirtschaftung eine enge Kooperation mit öffentlichen Wasserversorgern in Lateinamerika erwarten. Read More »
July 14, 2014
In the first installment of a series on the threat of water scarcity, Pilita Clarck describes the cost to companies. Read More »
June 19, 2014
A Coca-Cola bottling plant has been ordered to close in northern India after local farmers blamed it for using too much water, creating fresh headaches for the world’s biggest soft drinks marker in one of its most important markets. Read More »
May 14, 2014
Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa on Thursday said she was determined to ensure South Africa’s water resources were secured for the future by investing in infrastructure. Eyewitness News spoke to the minister about the country’s water resources ahead of her launching a water saving project called “No Drop”. She was interacting with private […]
April 29, 2014
This year’s Global Water Report has painted a bleak picture of how South African companies are managing their water resources. With calculations that demand will outstrip supply by as much as 17% by 2030, the report showed companies could end up closing if they did not change their approach to water management. The report’s main […]
December 18, 2013
News Source: The Guardian By Oliver Balch In early 2000, a string of riots and protests broke out in the Bolivian city of Cochabamba. The “water wars” were sparked by a government decision to hand over control of water supply to a foreign-owned, private consortium. The bid process was uncontested and the revenues guaranteed for […]
November 15, 2013
—Con la aplicación del análisis hidro-económico, también determinará los sectores económicos y grupos sociales en riesgo por inundación y contaminación del agua. Read More »
September 18, 2013
by B.Khuder The Mongolian Ministry of Environment and Green Development has established a cooperation memorandum with the 2030 Water Resources Group. The document was inked on Tuesday at the end of a sub-meeting themed “Water resources of Mongolia is a developmental accelerator” within the World Economic Forum Strategic Dialogue on the Future of Mongolia. Read More »