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Setting the Benchmark for Sustainable Agriculture

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by Craig Wichner, CEO of Farmland LP

Like many Americans, I’ve started travelling again. Flying over the Midwest recently on my way to a conference in New York, it was hard not to be awed by the sight of mile after mile of cropland – around 180 million acres – growing just two crops, corn and soy.

P&G Unveils New Strategy To Help Address Global Water Crisis

Includes a first-of-its-kind goal to restore more water than is consumed during use of P&G products in two high water-stressed areas.
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Water scarcity affects every continent on our planet. While some people aren’t seeing its impact in their communities, others are facing extreme water stress.

Smart Water Program Expands to Reach Communities in Tekax

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Having access to clean water is important and especially so when a community’s sources of water are limited. In the Yucatán Peninsula, the only source of drinking water is an aquifer system that’s highly vulnerable to contamination from human activities.

National Association of Water Companies Hosts White House, Other Experts for Cybersecurity Symposium

Press Release

WASHINGTON, May 20, 2022 /3BL Media/ - As cybersecurity risks and threats continue to grow and become more sophisticated, the National Association of Water Companies (NAWC) brought industry experts, regulators and federal partners together this week to discuss best practices and solutions as part of its 2022 Cybersecurity Symposium.

How Can Science and Innovation Transform Mine Water to Water Our Crops?

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As the world’s population continues to grow and climate change-induced droughts threaten water supply, water scarcity is a major concern, making mine and industry water a precious resource. Utilizing mine water is of great significance when it comes to protecting the environment and saving water resources. But treating mine water poses its own challenges, as industrial effluents can be extremely difficult to treat.

Sustainable Water Solutions Begin With the Community

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Kohler Canada associates recognized a unique opportunity to use their water expertise to help solve the lack of access to clean, safe water for Canada’s Indigenous communities. To ensure meaningful impact, associates sought a partner that shared Kohler’s commitment to safe water for all and that was looking to implement sustainable, long-lasting solutions in communities across the country. Water First immediately stood out as a leader, not only bridging the clean water gap for Indigenous communities, but also providing access to training for water-treatment technicians.

Taking an Ecosystem Approach to Building Water Resilience

By Andre Argenton
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"When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.”
- Benjamin Franklin

World Water Day is March 22, and 2022 is the year of groundwater. Although invisible to us, its impact is visible everywhere. It supplies drinking water, helps grow our food and is a key component of a healthy watershed. It is estimated that 30 percent of global fresh water is groundwater with the vast majority of the remaining fresh water existing as ice, including permafrost.1

Cummins Works to be Water Wise

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To celebrate World Water Day this week, global power leader Cummins Inc. is presenting five ways it is working to be a good steward of this increasingly important resource. Here’s a quick look:

The Role Investors Play in Addressing Global Water Challenges

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by Suleyman Saleem, VP and ESG Senior Research Analyst, Calvert Research and Management

We Can't Afford Polluted Water

Clean Water is the foundation of a growing economy and thriving communities
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by Gloria Reuben, actress, social activist and President of Waterkeeper Alliance 

For far too long, protections for clean water and other environmental regulations have been framed as an impediment to a strong economy. When in reality, the opposite is true.

Water is the foundation of a stable and growing economy and thriving communities. Protecting everyone’s right to clean water is a moral obligation. And it’s also a financial necessity. We simply can’t afford polluted water.

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