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  • World water development report

    Water scarcity is increasing in most urban areas worldwide. It will be affecting your business soon. It might already have done so. Are you ready, or will you be caught out? What can you do to reduce or mitigate the effects? Is there a global water crisis? Has the world reached a ‘tipping point' on water? Are there opportunities for your business? In an effort to ensure that diverse groups of ...


  • Urban water reform report released

    A new report by Global Access Partners Urban Water Forum would make a significant contribution to the debate over how best to secure urban water supplies, Parliamentary Secretary for Water, the Hon Dr Mike Kelly, said today. Dr Kelly released the report — Urban Water: A vision for national progress — at Parliament House in Canberra. “The report looks at the particular challenges for urban water ...


    By Australian Government

  • Oman Water Report Q1 2012

    BMI View: Omanis can be broadly confident that the authorities will prioritise the development of the country’s water sector, as it is one of the main service provision pressure points where public discontent can make itself shown. The welcome regulatory initiatives seen during 2011 - such as the announcing of a new Power Sector Law that will include provisions for large independent water ...


  • Report assesses ‘produced water’ treatment

    Along with the crude oil and natural gas that fuels modern civilisation, the energy industry brings nearly 233 billion barrels of wastewater from beneath the earth’s surface every year. Lux Research surveys the challenges associated with treating ‘produced water’, and identifies which technologies and developers are best positioned to address the task. This ...


  • Regional water intelligence reports (RWIR)

    The purpose of the Regional Water Intelligence Reports (RWIR) is to provide regular updates on the political economy of transboundary water resources issues, management and development. The RWIR focuses on the socio-economic aspects of water management and highlight the links between water, energy, food and human security from a regional perspective. Disclaimer: The analysis and policy ...

  • PepsiCo Releases Inaugural Water Report

    Report titled "Water Stewardship: Good for Business. Good for Society." details PepsiCo's efforts to conserve and replenish water use in its operations and expand access to clean water PURCHASE, N.Y. - PepsiCo, Inc. (NYSE: PEP), one of the world's largest food and beverage businesses, today published its inaugural water report detailing the company's efforts to conserve ...


  • Egypt Water Report Q1 2012

    BMI View: Egypt’s descent into political turmoil must have serious consequences for the country’s critical infrastructure sectors, with the likelihood that a protracted period of political bargaining will undermine investor confidence in the water sector. The violence that has accompanied the outbreak of renewed protests across Cairo suggests a compromised political outlook for the ...


  • Brazil Water Report Q2 2014

    We believe that while the overall trend in the provision of water and sanitation services has been one of improvement over recent decades (particularly in urban areas), vast differences in service provision persist, and while the gap in service provision should continue to narrow over the coming years, this will require substantial investment from both the public and private sectors. ...


  • Water Environment Research Foundation Reports

    IWA Publishing now publishes the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) reports. The Water Environment Research Foundation (http://www.werf.org/), a not-for profit organization, funds and manages water quality research ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • PepsiCo releases inaugural water report

    PepsiCo, Inc., one of the world's largest food and beverage businesses, today published its inaugural water report detailing the company's efforts to conserve and replenish water use in its operations and expand access to clean water across the globe. The release of the report, titled "Water Stewardship: Good for Business. Good for Society." coincides with PepsiCo's participation in Stockholm ...


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  • Hot off the press: World Water Week report!

    The countdown to 2015 World Water Week has started: today SIWI launched Water for Development – Charting a Water Wise Path, prepared as input to the world’s most important annual meeting for water and development issues. Water is crucial for human sustenance, health and dignity; as a driver for business; for food and energy security; and for the ecosystems upon which our ...

  • 2009 `State of the Water Industry` report is released

    TechKNOWLEDGEy Strategic Group (TSG) has announced the release of its annual and widely-read State of the Water Industry report. This concise but comprehensive report, now in its twelfth year, summarizes the grave challenges of the world water situation – as well as the virtually limitless opportunities which this presents to the commercial water product and service providers. The basic drivers ...

  • Saudi Arabia Water Industry Report for Q3 2013

    The plans for further expansion in the Saudi water market are well underway, creating opportunities across all sectors and regions as privatization plans and government investment continue. Further increases in government investment and long term security in fund liquidity in the market were seen when the Minister of Water and Electricity, Abdullah Al- Hussayen, announced in January 2013 that the ...


  • New SIWI report: Getting transboundary waters right

    Today at the 2009 World Water Week in Stockholm, the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) introduced a new report developed to serve as a primer on transboundary water management: Getting Transboundary Water Right: Theory and Practice for Effective Cooperation. Produced with support from The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), the report challenges the ...

  • Kuwait & Qatar Water Market Report Q4 2013

    Despite being one of the world’s most water stressed countries, we expect steadily rising per capita water consumption over the forecast period 2013-2017. In spite of government rhetoric, high financial and environmental costs, desalination plants will continue to be the country’s main source of potable water as research and development ...


  • Report says conserve water through food efficiency

    As food prices escalate and water scarcity extends worldwide, the best solution to both issues would be a global reduction in wasted food, a new international report says. Inefficient harvesting, transportation, storage, and packaging ruin 50 percent of food, according to the report, which was released last week by the Stockholm International Water Institute, the United Nations Food and ...

  • Two reports take bottled water to task

    An Environmental Working Group investigation, Is your bottled water worth it?, said that of 188 popular bottled water brands only 2 brands disclose the water's source, how it has been purified and what chemical pollutant each bottle of water may contain. 'Many people assume bottled water is healthier and safer to drink than ordinary tap water. But some companies have lured consumers away from the ...


  • Most firms failing on water risk management – report

    A vanishingly small proportion of large companies are adequately managing risks posed by water shortages, drought and pollution, according to research by EIRIS. The London-based research house specialising in environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues surveyed 3,000 large companies globally identified as exposed to water risks. Only 0.22% were adequately managing these risks - all of ...


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  • ReportsnReports - Oman Water Report Q3 2011

    Oman Water Report Q3 2011  BMI View: Oman is facing a sharp rise in demand for desalinated water. State-owned utility Oman Power & Water Procurement Company (OPWP) forecasts that demand will grow at an average of 8% annually, to reach 278mn cubic metres (m3) by 2017. This leaves little room for manoeuvre ...


  • Egypt Water Market Report Q1 2013

    Slowly but steadily, the government of Mohammed Morsi is making progress in its plans toshift the sector from its current O&M focus to one in which it can start to plan more seriously for thefuture. The new super-utilities ministry has yet to properly find its feet, but the Holding Company forWater and Wastewater's decision to seek out funding for new small-scale desalination plants in ...


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