Resilience

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    Water supply resilience in Indonesia

    News Editorials Indonesia Water Portal Tuesday, 10 August 2021 Photo credit: ADB. Based on the current projections, Indonesia’s current population is expected to reach its peak of 337 million by 2067. With these projections, the water demand is likely to increase while the opposite goes for the supplies. Then, how…

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    Global Water Security & Sanitation Partnership: Working with Country Partners for a Resilient  Water Future  

    As the world faces a triple crisis of climate change, COVID-19, and lack of progress on the Sustainable Development Goals, the need for global communities and countries to work together for our shared future is more urgent than ever. The GWSP is an action-oriented think tank that works with countries…

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    Ready for the Dry Years: Building Resilience to Drought in Southeast Asia

    Children of Raglai ethnic group in Ma Nới Commune in the south central province of Ninh Thuận, Việt Nam enjoy some fresh water after month-long drought that hit the region. Like other ASEAN member States, Việt Nam frequently suffers from long severe droughts. VNA/VNS Photo Thành Đạt 27 Nov 20…

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    Investing in resilience to erratic future

    Investing in resilience to erratic future  22 Dec 20 Vietnam Investment Review Source As the tides of catastrophe recede, leaving Central Vietnam and indeed the entire country turned on its head by a raging pandemic and natural disasters, the need to rebuild emerges stronger than ever. Dao Xuan Lai, assistant resident…

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    How to Achieve Urban Coastal Resilience

    Urban Coastal Resilience Due to the Covid-19 situation, the annual Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) is postponed to June 2021 and for the time being is held digitally through a series of webinars. This first webinar about Urban Coastal Resilience was held on Monday, 6 July 2020 with experts from the Netherlands and Singapore discussing…

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    Transforming Water Industry through Circular Economy Mindset

    Resource Resilience Due to the Covid-19 situation, the annual Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) is postponed to June 2021 and for the time being is held digitally through a series of webinars. This second webinar about Resource Resilience: Moving from Linear to Circular Resource Management was held on Tuesday, 7 July…

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