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Iran eyes industrial use of nanotech for water purification: Minister
Iran’s minister of energy said using nanotechnology could replace costly water transfer initiatives meant to provide safe drinking water to people in arid areas across the country.
Water or Gold? Eternal question nags Ecuador tribes
The indigenous people of Ecuador's wind-whipped alpine tundra of Quimsacocha face a stark choice, according to their leader, Yaku Perez.
Water pollution an 'invisible threat' to global goals, economists warn
Water pollution threatens nearly all the globally agreed development goals to end environmental destruction, poverty and suffering by 2030, economists warned in a report, citing the largest-ever database on the world’s water quality.
Water treatment cuts parasitic roundworm infections affecting 800 million people
Roundworm infections can be reduced significantly simply by improving the treatment and quality of drinking water in high risk regions, according to an international team of researchers led by Tufts University.
Indonesian ‘Happy River’ so polluted you can’t see the water
Workers and military personnel have been desperately trying to collect rubbish overflowing in a river in Indonesia.
Poland needs to save water for non-rainy day
With his two fishing rods planted firmly on the bank of the Vistula river, 85-year-old Tadeusz Norberciak peers at rocks exposed on the dry riverbed, a telling sign of Poland's looming water crisis.
In drought-hit Delhi, the rich get limitless water, the poor struggle for every drop
In this teeming capital city of more than 20 million people, a worsening drought is amplifying the vast inequality between India's rich and poor.
EU delegation in Iran to boost cooperation in water supply
A delegation of experts from the European Union arrived in Iran to boost cooperation between the two sides in water supply projects, a senior adviser to the Iranian energy minister said.
Dry lakebeds and fights for water as drought grips India's Chennai
Angry residents fight in queues at water taps, lakes have been turned into barren moonscapes and restaurants are cutting back on meals as the worst drought in living memory grips India's Chennai.
Water tankers prove a lifeline for India's parched villages
As Gajanand Dukre parks his water tanker in a drought-stricken Indian village, dozens of locals - mostly women in saris — come running with jerrycans, buckets and stainless steel pots.
Study: Comets may have played key role in bringing water to Earth billions of years ago
Scientists proposed a new theory about the origin of oceans on Earth.
EU clean water laws under attack from industry lobbyists
Industry lobbies are mounting a push to roll back EU clean water regulations, even though less than half of the continent’s rivers, wetlands and lakes are in a healthy state.
Crowdfunding brings life-saving water to Myanmar's deer
A herd of endangered deer wait under the shade of one of the sparse trees in this parched central Myanmar landscape, watching as rangers dispatch drinking water — a life-saving resource funded by wellwishers across the country.

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