World Water Watch
GIVE WATER and LIFE a FUTURE…..one watershed at a time
MITIGATION AND ADAPTION TO CLIMATE CHANGE
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The Tiputini Biodiversity Station (TBS) was established in the upper reaches of the Amazon Basin in Ecuador by the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in collaboration with Boston University. The station includes 638 hectares (about 1500 acres) of primary lowland...
The importance of water and wastewater treatment processes in saving lives and maintaining health in both developed and developing countries cannot be over emphasized. The U.S. and all developed countries greatly suffered from water borne diseases until advances in...
Project Goal: Review 1978 Amazon Accords and establish current and future strategies to mitigate and adapt to climate change with emphasis on impacts on water resources, agriculture and biodiversity. Given the current international interest in the Basin as a critical...
World Water Watch Protecting Water Resources
….a public good
Modeling and Technology
……and health effects