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Archive for November, 2015

The Parched Tiger: Kolkata…A Water-Rich City Turning Water-Poor

Courtesy of The Third Pole.net, a look at how Kolkata, one of the most water-rich cities in India naturally, is becoming water stressed due to bad planning and criminal activities: Kolkata, the capital city of West Bengal, is the most important city in eastern India. The core Kolkata city is spread over around 200 square […]

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Iran To Supply Drinking Water To 16 Provinces Through Desalination

Via Tasnim News, a report on Iran’s plan to combat the nation’s increasing water scarcity: Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian announced that a project is under study to desalinate water from the Persian Gulf and Sea of Oman and supply drinking water to 47 million people across the country. Speaking in the 11th Iranian and […]

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