|Book “Water Ethics” Calls for Use of Practical Wisdom from Different Cultures to Address Water Crisis||
Peter Brown and Jeremy Schmidt’s book “Water Ethics” proposes “…that we will need to think about water ecologically—as something that binds us together in a shared and interdependent world—and which we must all steward together,” and “… for that the practical wisdom accrued through centuries of different cultural approaches to water management should form the basis for ecologically sound water sharing practices.”
|NASA Satellites Find Freshwater Losses in Middle East||
A new study using data from a pair of gravity-measuring NASA satellites finds that large parts of the arid Middle East region lost freshwater reserves rapidly during the past decade.
|Evbuotubu Primary School, Nigeria: A Journalist’s Experience (1 and 2)||
Need for Interventions in School W.A.S.H Education andAwareness Creation:
Flooding apart, environmental awareness, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) education and culture this reporter observed at Evbuotubu Primary School is grossly low, a microcosm of the Nigerian rural and sub-urban situation.
|Free Scholarly Journal Articles and Global Health DVDs Available to Thousands of University Libraries, Institutions and Organizations in 138 Countries||
Update of June 11, 2013:Packets of multidisciplinary publications and global health DVDs have been received by 53 countries.
The Global Development And Environment Institute (GDAE) at Tufts University, co-directed by Dr. Neva Goodwin, has released an extraordinary collection of publications in the social and environmental sciences and global health and is distributing it for free to universities in 138 nations, with special attention to those institutions that are most in need of library resources.
|Aditi Mukherji Research Results Make it Easier for Farmers to Access Water in West Bengal and Wins Norman Borlaug Award||
|Singapore Students Win 2012 Stockholm Junior Water Prize||
The winners were students Luigi Marshall Cham, Jun Yong Nicholas Lim and Tian Ting Carrie-Anne Ng from Singapore for their research on how clay can be used to remove and recover pollutants from wastewater. A Diploma of Excellence was given to Alonso Alvarez and Daniel Barrientos from Chile for their project which outlined how salmon waste from the fishing industry can be used for biofuel production.
|PepsiCo Receives the 2012 Stockholm Industry Water Award||
PepsiCo received the Stockholm Industry Water Award at the 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm for its work to reduce water consumption in their operations and to help solve water challenges on a broad scale.
|Finding Means to Meet Water and Food Needs at 2012 World Water Week||
The 2012 World Water Week (WWW) in Stockholm, Sweden, organized by the Stockholm International Water Institute Stockholm (SIWI), undertook the task of addressing crucial concerns focusing on "Water and Food Security," with publications and videos prepared in advance to provide background and to stimulate conversations among the 2,500 WWW participants in order to build on knowledge what is successfully working and to advance positive action.
|WASH Media Award Winners Recognized for Excellence in Reporting||
The six winners of the WASH Media Award for excellence in reporting on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene-related (WASH) Issues received their awards during a ceremony on 31 August 2012 at the World Water Week (WWW) in Stockholm, Sweden. During the week, the journalists shared their experiences on reporting WASH issues with leading water, sanitation, environment and development experts.
|Global Leaders are Convening at World Water Week to Confront Growing Water and Food Insecurity||
Over 2500 politicians, business leaders, and representatives of 200 international organizations are meeting at the World Water Week in Stockholm, August 26-31 2012, where they are working to share knowledge of solutions and to forge new solutions to meet rapidly escalating demands for limited water and land from all sectors of the economy.