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Duarte: Water crisis shows officials must up game

Date: 1/10/2014

Latest news on the water crisis comes from News24. Johannesburg - The water shortages in Gauteng showed how officials needed to improve their performance, said ANC deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte, Eyewitness News reported on Wednesday. According to the report, Duarte said the water shortages were a concern for the African National Congress. To read the full...

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A child will die from a water-related disease every second.

Date: 1/10/2014

Following on from our research into The Appalling Facts about our Earths Diminishing Water Supply, Arctic Blue Waters have found some alarming information regarding children and how one child will die every minute from a water related illness. Surveys from 45 developing countries show that women and children tend to have...

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Governor Sarwar warns Punjab of acute water shortage

Date: 30/09/2014

Todays news on the water crisis comes from The Nation Faisalabad- Governor of Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has warned that the province is likely to suffer an acute water shortage in the next few years. Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar, addressing an award ceremony of Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce, said that that extortion and kidnapping cases are taking place in Punjab and the gas...

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While the Arctic is melting the Gulf Stream remains

Date: 29/09/2014

Today's news is News comes from Science Daily The melting Arctic is not the source for less saline Nordic Seas. It is the Gulf Stream that has provided less salt. A new study published Sunday in Nature Geoscience documents that the source of fresher Nordic Seas since 1950 is rooted in the saline Atlantic as opposed to Arctic freshwater that is the common inference."This is an...

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China’s water crisis - Grand new canals

Date: 26/09/2014

Todays news on Chinas water crisis has come from The Economist. Vast new waterways will not solve China’s desperate water shortages SOON the centrepiece of one of China’s most spectacular engineering projects will be completed, with the opening of sluicegates into a canal stretching over 1,200km (750 miles) from the Yangzi river north to the...

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