water weblog; Water News: 6. 2015

APWF Water News 257

Thirsty yet? Central Asia’s coming water crisis
The Diplomat, 18 June, 2015

Water reveals two sides of Myanmar’s economic boom
The Bangkok Post, 17 June, 2015

PUB launches study on underground water reservoir and drainage system
Channel News Asia, 16 June, 2015

Singapore’s PUB signs MOUs to boost global partnership on water-related R&D
The Business Times, 16 June, 2015

Pay attention to WASH sector, activists urge government
The Financial Express, 13 June, 2015

$5.5 billion water project launched for Telangana
Gulf News, 11 June, 2015

Three months on from Cyclone Pam, every drop of water counts for island communities
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 11 June, 2015

Rapid groundwater depletion threatens Pakistan food security: officials
Reuters, 10 June, 2015

New system streamlines water leakage management
Phys Org, 10 June, 2015

A new future for the Himalayan rivers
The Daily Star, 10 June, 2015

In Tajikistan, Ban highlights importance of safe water, sanitation and human rights
UN News Centre, 9 June, 2015

Tap water aiming to replace groundwater
News Asia One, 8 June, 2015

Philippine town suffers water outage
World Bulletin, 8 June, 2015

Expert proposes resolution for Central Asia’s enduring water problems
Azernews, 3 June, 2015

Climate change Himalayas: Everest glaciers could disappear by 2100, scientists say
International Business Times, 2 June, 2015

Beyond Teesta: Why water-sharing pacts remain complex
Hindustan Times, 2 June, 2015

Report: Water, Sanitation Integral to ending World Hunger
Circle of blue, 29 May, 2015

Drink tap water? ‘No way’, says Koreans
News Asia One, 27 May, 2015

Looming conflicts over water
The Daily Star, 26 May, 2015

Solution needed to manage water resources in Southeast Asia
The Jakarta Post, 23 May, 2015

Peace pipe
The Economist, 23 May, 2015