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Only 2.5 per cent of all the world's water is fresh, that is, fit for human consumption, agriculture and industry. However, in several parts of the world, water is being used at a much faster rate

NDA's promise on water is nothing more than words. And at best it means a lot of valuable taxpayer money literally thrown down the drain

russia and other countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States ( cis ) are working with the United Nations Environment Programme ( unep ) to dispose of toxic wastes in an

As any sensible invader, virulent bacteria ensure that there are enough of them before they attack

Environmental planning and policy making in the 21st century is going to get more complex. But at least the Dutch are raising a lot of good questions

as the mighty river Rhone surges through eastern France, water shortage is far from anyone's mind living on the banks of the river. Along its 500-mile route, it is fed by many tributaries

increasing water shortages in the world may lead to global hunger, civil unrest and even war, according to a new study by Sandra Postel, director of the Global Water Policy Project and senior

A bacterium found in water wells causes ulcers

Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory have made a thermonuclear fusion reactor that, they claim, can fit on a laboratory bench. The reactor consists of

usa : The state of Arizona is moving towards a unique groundwater banking system. Entities that recharge groundwater receive credit for the amount recharged, which they can then sell to groundwater