Water Supply in Hulu Langat and Kuala Langat Fully Restored

Water supply in Hulu Langat and Kuala Langat which was disrupted due to mechanical breakdown and contamination last month, have been fully restored.

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Pakistan’s Parched Baluchistan Nears Water Crisis

Pakistan’s impoverished southwestern province of Baluchistan is again in the grip of an acute water crisis

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Karachi Water Shortage: Why KWSB Is Not the Only One Responsible

Annually, 250 million people face water-related healthcare issues all over the world and amongst them, 20 million succumb to their illnesses. Pakistan ranks at number 80 among 122 nations in the index of provision of hygienic drinking water – which means 44% of Pakistani people have no access to clean, usable water resources.

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Water Wars in Karachi Against Water Shortage

Karachi is a water insecure mega-city; that is hardly a revelation to anyone living there. With water shortage returning to the city the past few weeks, it appears that the city government has done little to redress what is essentially a structural problem.

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Drinking Water Crisis Looms in Marathwada

Much before intense summer sets in, the entire Marathwada region is already facing an acute shortage of drinking water.
Data released by the water resources department shows that on May 10, the total stock of water in 806 large, medium and small dams in Marathwada region stood at 9%. It was 25% on the same day last year. In other words, the water in the dams is not likely to last for more than three weeks.

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California’s Water Crisis is Coming Soon to the Rest of America

As drought, flooding, and climate change restrict America’s water supply, demands from population growth and energy production look set to increase, according to a report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

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California Drought Lesson: Do Not Take Water Supply for Granted Warns Fresh Water Advocate Sharon Kleyne

The fresh water supply in the United States is too often taken for granted and given a far too low priority by governments.

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Water Scarcity is a Major Global Threat, Warns World Economic Forum

The report from the 2014 World Economic Forum has warned that water scarcity is the third biggest threat to the global economy, after fiscal dilemmas and joblessness.

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Walgett Heading Towards Critical Shortage of Drinking Water

Walgett Shire Council says it has only about 70 days of water supply left.

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World Water Day and the Issue of Water Shortage

This year, the theme is “Water and Sustainable Development,”1 highlighting the issue of water scarcity. Water is a resource used every single day, often times irresponsibly or absentmindedly, making this theme highly relevant for today.

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Bush School Report says Fracking could Lead to Texas Water Shortage

Freshwater in the Eagle Ford Shale — a geological formation that encompasses 30 Texas counties, including Brazos — is being drawn from the aquifers 2.5 times faster than the replenish rate, according to key findings from a Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service study.

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These Maps of California’s Water Shortage Are Terrifying

Just how bad is California’s water shortage? Really, really bad, according to these new maps, which represent groundwater withdrawals in California during the first three years of the state’s ongoing and epochal drought

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