From Water Briefing The Nature: Water theme seeks to highlight how governments, organisations and businesses across the world are responding to the increased risk of droughts and flooding, to enable communities to thrive in a warming world. Led by non-state actors from business, investors, civil society, academia, cities and regions, it seeks to increase the […]

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World Water Week showed how the world can solve the water crisis – Stockholm International Water Institute (siwi.org) SIWI World Water Week 2021 Stockholm (27 August 2021): World Water Week ended on 27 August with a strong message: we have many solutions to fix the water crisis and tackle climate change, but we need political will and […]

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The Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology has published a briefing on Water Supply Resilience and Climate Change, to which Waterwise contributed. The impartial briefing for MPs highlights the scale of the water supply challenge and outlines the policy proposals to tackle the issue – water efficiency labelling, minimum efficiency standards and changing planning policy […]

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UK Parliament Research Briefing ‘ Water quality and availability are linked to the wider environment, agricultural practices and energy security, and these interdependencies can be a source of vulnerability. Evidence suggests that a broader risk-based systems approach to water resource management could improve water resilience. This allows a better understanding of risks across society and the impact of trade-offs between stakeholders, the environment and the economy in different management scenarios. Environmental policy […]

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