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Water: a sustainable resource

Among the main global risks, it requires efficient management to meet the needs of a growing population.

But water is also essential for food security and energy production. The issue of water crisis and solutions to address it.

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Asking the right questions on water risk

Investors need to intensify their due diligence and commitment to a whole range of water-related problems in addition to scarcity and pollution.

by Edoardo Borgomeo
05 March 2020
12 min read
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The true value of water

We can meet our climate targets if we act on water, we can fix our broken food system if we act on water and we can meet our low-carbon energy needs if we act on water.

by Tom Williams
11 March 2020
11 min read
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CNR for sustainable development and research in Southern Italy

Water, agriculture, the Arctic, fusion: we are working with CNR's centres in Metaponto, Portici, Lecce and Gela on research projects into decarbonization.

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A thousands routes of water

10 March 2020
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Space Resources

Some of the many projects aimed at conquering the resources available in the space.

by Michael Belfiore
05 March 2020
9 min read
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The concept of virtual water

It was invented by Tony Allan, who explains how much water is used to produce non-food consumer goods, including energy.

by Tony Allan
20 March 2020
17 min read
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The European Green Deal starts with water

The new rules on drinking water are only one piece of a much wider puzzle, albeit a fundamental one. A good start, but only a start.

by Roberto Di Giovan Paolo
25 March 2020
6 min read
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Water emergency

Water security is essential for the development and enjoyment of human rights. Together with energy, water is an asset that must be guaranteed.

by Loïc Fauchon
20 April 2020
8 min read
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Water in a G-Zero World

Living in an era characterized by the unravelling of the old American-led world order complicates both geopolitics and access to water more than ever.

by Ian Bremmer
22 April 2020
7 min read
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Creating water resilience

The world's water resources are currently subject to increasing stress, which threatens ecosystems, economies and society more generally, so the reasoned and planned commitment of companies is fundamental.

by Peter Schulte
24 April 2020
18 min read
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A fundamental link

An approach that takes into account the close connection between water and energy would lead to significant steps forward on some of the main challenges of our times: tackling climate change, ensuring energy security and providing energy, drinking water and sanitation to the billions of people who lack these today.

by Molly A. Walton
05 May 2020
11 min read
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The Source of Life

The idea of safeguarding water resources is not new, but we need to go further. We need to go back in time to restore that sense of sacredness and reverence towards water that our ancestors in all cultures had developed and maintained for centuries.

by Derrick De Kerckhove
13 May 2020
13 min read
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Instability Factors

The huge global imbalances in water availability, aggravated by climate change and population growth, increase the clashes between states.

by Moises Naim
19 May 2020
10 min read
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Water Security for All

Water and sanitation infrastructure built in the twentieth century is one of the greatest engineering achievements of the time. Today, even greater innovation is needed.

by John H. Lienhard V
27 May 2020
13 min read
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Taming the Nine Dragons

China has invested significantly in managing the development of its water resources and in developing a more balanced and sustainable growth path.

by Marcus Wishart
29 May 2020
16 min read
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Forests, a Natural Solution

In addition to capturing roughly two billion tons of carbon dioxide a year, forests supply water. 75 percent of accessible fresh water comes from the forested river basins.

by Sara Casallas Ramirez e Elaine Springgay
10 June 2020
15 min read
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The Wrong Prophecy... for now

The wars in the 21st century would be fought over water: the prediction by Ismail Serageldin has not come true, but we’ll need inclusive institutions to ensure that it never does.

by Scott Moore
11 June 2020
11 min read
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Biodiversity at Risk

We need to move from the fire-fighting, issue-by-issue approach to climate change to one focusing on the root of the problem, which includes recognition of the importance of biodiversity at the base of the system.

by Thomas Miles Maddox and Pippa Howard
17 June 2020
17 min read
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Closing Gaps and Financing Taps

In many countries in the sub-Saharan region, the financing capacity of individuals and governments is small compared to the amount of resources needed to guarantee that rural populations have access to water.

by Kristoffer Welsien
18 June 2020
11 min read
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The Crisis at Lake Chad

In 2014, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization stepped in with several humanitarian programs designed to provide support to those displaced and offer medium- to long-term solutions to the problem.

by Al hassan Cisse
19 June 2020
7 min read