Water and sanitation ought to be accessible for all. But water scarcity affects more than 40 percent of people around the world.
This goal aims to make safe and affordable water available everywhere.
Cape Town was the first major modern city to have found itself facing a very serious water crisis in 2018. It almost ran out of
Industrial producers are often further down the pecking order for water supplies than municipalities or agriculture.
by Alexander Lane, Commercial Director DuPont Water Solutions EMEA A new localised water treatment facility provides safe, reliable drinking water in Ethiopia. Only 42 per cent of
Innovative thinking and advanced technology are helping one infrastructure operator dispose of excess water, while giving another a more sustainable supply.
Access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation could reduce global disease by 10 per cent.
Sanitation is a human right. And yet, billions of people are being left behind. Here are 8 things you need to know about this crisis.
Global spending to achieve clean water and sanitation SDGs should amount to $3.4 trillion, only 0.24 percent of the global GDP on average.