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South West Water contributes to regional climate change adaptation strategy

South West Water has contributed to a regional strategy to help the South West adapt and prepare for the worst effects of climate change. The...

Significant emission reductions possible through global water sector, new research reveals

4% of the world’s carbon emissions could be saved within the global water sector, initial findings from research commissioned by WaterAid’s Resilient Water Accelerator...

Rivers are Life unveils global results of inaugural “State of Rivers Around the World” survey

Rivers are Life, a collective voice for global river ecosystems, in consultation with Louisiana State University (LSU), has revealed the multinational, multicultural, and cross-generational...

New report reveals the policies needed to protect the UK’s water supply

New analysis suggests that the UK’s water demand is set to outstrip supply, leaving the Great British cup of tea at risk if the...

Increased investment vital to tackle climate impact on Scotland’s water and waste water services

Sustained increased investment is vital if Scottish Water is to tackle the impact climate change is having on the services it provides to customers,...

Essex estate shares pioneering Essex Biodiversity Project experiences to help others

Spains Hall Estate, a family run farming and environmental business in North Essex, features as one of five national case studies published by Natural...

Share your views on plans to manage the risk of flooding in Kent

Kent County Council (KCC) wants to hear your views on its updated Local Flood Risk Management Strategy 2024-2034. KCC say their priority is to improve...

£450k scheme to better protect a Mytholmroyd school from flooding

A Mytholmroyd school hit by several devastating floods in Calderdale is more resilient to the impact of climate change following a £450,000 project. Burnley Road...

Drought investment must remain priority, experts urge

Drought experts have highlighted the need to continue investing and preparing for droughts to ensure England is in the best possible position to deal...

National Audit Office report suggests government is underprepared for extreme weather events

The government is underprepared for extreme weather events, such as severe floods, which have the potential to cause significant disruption, a new report by...

Leveraging collective strengths to achieve water resilience 

With COP28 in full swing, the summit is urging the private sector to commit to bolder climate and net zero action. A new report...

Hot, dry and growing: How one of the UK’s most economically significant regions is one of the most challenged to thrive

The East of England faces critical challenges over the next two decades, as temperatures hit record highs, rainfall decreases, and over 720,000 new residents...

Making the most of existing infrastructure

Q and A with Mitch Donnelly, UK Managing Director, SUEZ Digital Solutions, an experienced C Suite leader in the water services and energy industries...

For every dollar New York spends on blue-green infrastructure, it gets two back

New York’s flash flood emergency at the end of September makes the investment of billions to prepare the city for a future of weather...

Study links changes in global water cycle to higher temperatures

An international group of experts from across the globe sought to investigate how water levels may be affected by changing global temperatures and used...

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