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CI’s Sebastian Troëng on challenges and opportunities in the Baltic.
Continue reading "The Sea of My Childhood — and Its Uncertain Future"
At World Water Week, everyone is talking about the close ties between fresh water and food.
Continue reading "What’s the Water Footprint of Your Diet?"
As climate change fuels droughts across the globe, we need a plan for managing water resources across borders.
Continue reading "Water Shortages May Escalate Conflict Between Countries"
Colleen Vollberg is currently attending World Water Week — the leading annual meeting on freshwater issues — in Stockholm. Read
Continue reading "World Water Week Wrap-up: Water + Poverty Alleviation"
Ian Harrison is currently attending World Water Week — the leading annual meeting on freshwater issues — in Stockholm. Read
Continue reading "Scientific Research is Key for Managing Freshwater Resources"
Marielle Canter Weikel is currently attending World Water Week — the leading annual meeting on freshwater issues — in Stockholm.
Continue reading "Fresh Water: A Risky Business?"
The theme of this year’s World Water Week meeting — currently underway in Stockholm — is “Water in an Urbanizing
Continue reading "Empowering Youth + Protecting Fresh Water in Bogotá"
Every year around this time, some 3,000 people — scientists, policymakers, NGO staff and others — come from all corners
Continue reading "World Water Week to Focus on Urbanization"
As World Water Week continues in Stockholm and CI expands our focus on freshwater security and species contributions, the results
Continue reading "Shell Shock: Sounding the Alarm for Freshwater Turtles"