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This is amazing: 700 million people potentially saw your posts on World Water Day. How do we know? We decided to track the hashtag #WorldWaterDay and 700 million is the number that came up. This is th ...
Thanks to you, water and energy issues were really in the spotlight on 22 March. All around the world, your events helped raise awareness and to show our gratefulness, we want to certify your particip ...
On Friday 21 March, the UN-Water World Water Day celebrations continue in Tokyo, Japan with discussions and debates, the official launch of the World Water Development Report, the Water for Life Award ...
To help raise awareness and celebrate World Water Day, we held a Facebook Photo Competition from January 15th to February 28th 2014 asking World Water Day fans to submit a photo that best reflected th ...
Most of the water used for hydropower generation is returned to the river though some evaporates and there are important impacts on timing and quality of streamflows.
Hydroelectricity is the largest renewable source for power generation and its share in total electricity generation is expected to remain around 16% through 2035.
For developing countries alone $103 billion per year are required to finance water, sanitation and wastewater treatment through 2015.
Roughly 75% of all industrial water withdrawals are used for energy production.

World Water Development Report

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2014 "Water for Life" UN-Water Best Practices Award

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