Clean Water

Together We Can Confront The Challenges Of Water And Sanitation In The Modern World

Tim Wainwright | Posted 28.08.2017 | UK
Tim Wainwright

844 million people do not have clean water within reasonable walking distance. This is nearly impossible to believe in 2017, and illustrates the great challenge before world leaders if they are to fulfil the promise of the UN's Global Goals on sustainable development, including delivering water and sanitation to all by 2030.

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.