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  • For water, we may have to resort to 'urine recovery'

    Man's quest for additional water supplies amidst growing global scarcity could very well stop within. Dr James Barnard, recipient of 2011 Lee Kuan Yew Water prize, feels at some stage, urine recovery could turn out to be an additional source of water.

  • New application to help find nearest water fountain

    Feeling thirsty and don't want to buy a bottle of bottled water. Need not despair. Just turn on your new age phone and get to know where the nearest public water fountain is located. Of course, you would need to be in the United States. At least, for now.

Why forests should take centre stage during the water decade

Only a tiny fraction of national biodiversity plans consider the impact of forests on water supply, and only a fraction of national water plans place ecosystems at their centre.