Clean Water

Waterways - Serenity In A Bustling World

Jack Abrey | Posted 17.02.2017 | UK
Jack Abrey

Our canals and rivers are cherished outdoor spaces which enable visitors to take a breath of fresh air and simply relax - something that is becoming i...

World Water Day

Lord Michael Hastings | Posted 22.03.2017 | UK
Lord Michael Hastings

The Cycle of Water The 22nd March is World Water Day and we are clear - we need the privileged world to wake up to the droughts and floods that crippl...

A Million Reasons to Empower Young People

Hannah Kentish | Posted 07.10.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Hannah Kentish

I am so proud of the great things that Scouts do in local communities up and down the country. Now, with the launch of A Million Hands, our new campai...

PHOTOS: World Water Day Marks Its 20th Anniversary..

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 22.03.2013 | UK

Friday marks the 20th anniversary of World Water Day but it is hardly a cause for celebration as millions of people still face a daily struggle to fin...

Bottled Water in India: Rapid Growth at What Cost?

Robbie Reddy | Posted 28.06.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Robbie Reddy

As a fundamental aspect of human life, drinking water is non-negotiable. In much of the Western world, choosing bottled water over tap is a matter of preference, for those who don't like the taste of their local tap water. Unfortunately this comes at a price, because the bottling industry has been stressing natural water resources and leaving a mountain of waste in its wake.

Tightening the Screws on the World's Water Supply Systems

Efrat Peled | Posted 22.11.2011 | Home
Efrat Peled

If you were asked to name the most pressing challenges facing cities in the developing world, chances are many of you would include access to clean water.