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Michael Mpari, 45, came out of the polluted waters in the creeks of Bodo, a community in Gokana Local Government area in Ogoni, Rivers State, drenched in crude oil from head to toe, carrying a brok

Officials of the World Health Organisation (WHO), and the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) have commenced investigation into the cause of widespread soot in Rivers State.

Jaipur: About 70 villagers of Shuklawas and Picchari in Kothputli tehsil of Jaipur district sat in dharna on Tuesday outside the collectorate to force authorities to take cognizance of the damage t

Assembly panel visits Erumely, Nilackal, Pampa

A water point mapping exercise done in Mulanje District this year has revealed that over 200 boreholes in the district are at risk of contamination.

AHMEDABAD: As the summer has set in, civic authorities have intensified their efforts towards curbing the spread of waterborne infections.

Nairobi — Businesses that continue to dispose waste into the Nairobi River without following the relevant regulations will be closed down by the National Environment Management Authority.

South Africa’s waste- water treatment works are being burdened with increased rates of influents containing a large “cocktail” of chemical pollutants.

The government has estimated that $400 million will be needed to dredge and clean the heavy mercury content in the River Ankobra in the Western Region due to the activities of illegal small-scale m

Excess nutrient inputs and climate change are two of multiple stressors affecting many lakes worldwide. Lake Vansjø in southern Norway is one such eutrophic lake impacted by blooms of toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria), and classified as moderate ecological status under the EU Water Framework Directive. Future climate change may exacerbate the situation.

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