A new report from CERES draws a connect
This story is part of the “Aqueduct Sneak Peek” series.
Early last week, the strained electrical power infrastructure in northern and eastern India was pushed
This piece was authored by Jon Freedman, Global Government Relations Leader for GE Power & Water. It originally ran on May 12th on GreenBiz.…
The Wei River in west-central China is not just the largest tributary of the Yellow River, but it has also been a critical water source for communities for thousands of years.
This edition of the Aqueduct News Roundup looks at recent articles and some wrap-up from World Water Day as well as the 6th World Water Forum in…
Last week Aqueduct was selected to be featured in the “Village of Solutions”, a collection of innovative new concepts in the world of water management that will be on display at the
If you are a regular reader of news related to water risk, you may have seen data and observations from Aqueduct in several venues during the month of January.
New analysis from WRI and rating agency Standard & Poor’s looks at impacts on businesses and credit quality.
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