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4 Jun 2022 ARLINGTON VA, United States
The Nature For Water Facility has launched its first call for proposals to support local programs that promote collective watershed management and nature restoration. Local NGOs, utilities, government agencies, and corporate entities can apply.
11 Feb 2022 LONDON, United Kingdom
The English Appeals court has permitted Manchester Shipping Canal Limited to pursue its claim against United Utilities' right to discharge untreated storm water. Environmental Law Foundation and the Good Law Project have intervened in support of the decision.
12 Nov 2021 NEW YORK NY, United States
As a key player in the UN's Race To Zero campaign, the water sector plays a vital role in its success: global water use, storage, and distribution accounts for 10 Percent of all global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
28 May 2021 Washington D.C., United States
Bill, prompted by pandemic, would grant water and electric utilities, broadband providers $10 Million USD each in low-interest loans in exchange for a moratorium on shutoffs. Includes debt forgiveness terms.
9 Feb 2021 WASHINGTON DC, United States
Two US water sector organisations have come together to launch a campaign to increase federal investment in water infrastructure for public health and environmental protection reasons.The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) and the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) launched "Affordable Water, Resilient Communities" on 1 February, highlighting affordability challenges facing water utilities and customers...
21 Jan 2021 WASHINGTON DC, United States
A broad coalition of pressure groups delivered a letter to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris a week before their inauguration urging them to use their executive powers to implement a nationwide moratorium on utility shutoffs on day one of their administration.The No Shutoffs Coalition of more than 600 utility-justice, environmental, racial-justice, labour and faith groups has been calling for action since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, pointing to the public health implications of access to water and other utilities during the crisis...
9 Jan 2021 WASHINGTON DC, United States
Last month, the Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) announced the first major update to the US's lead and copper rule (LCR) in nearly 30 years. The new regulation means that homeowners, schools and childcare centres must be alerted of potential lead exposure from drinking water within 24 hours of detection...