Rajendra Singh of India today received Stockholm Water Prize for his innovative water restoration efforts, improving water security in rural India, and his quest to improve living conditions for those most in need
American student wins 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize for revolutionizing method to remove electronic waste from waterPress release | 25 August
Perry Alagappan from the United States received the 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize tonight for inventing a filter through which toxic heavy metals from electronic waste can be removed from water.
Stockholm (24 August 2015) – World leaders, water experts and development professionals have gathered in Stockholm to discuss and jointly find solutions to the world’s several escalating water crises. The 2015 World Water Week, themed Water for Development, welcomes over 3,000 participants from more than…
The Stockholm Industry Water Award was awarded Sunday to CH2M, a global service and engineering company, for developing and advancing methods to clean water, and increasing public acceptance of recycled water.
Sweden Textile Water Initiative, one of Sweden’s largest public-private partnerships, will expand to new countries in Asia and Africa after a successful pilot project in India.
Rajendra Singh of India is the 2015 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for innovative water restoration efforts in rural India, and extraordinary determination in his quest to improve the living conditions for those most in need.
World Water Week: Water efficiency must be the guiding star in fight to eradicate hunger and povertyPress release | 05 September
The 2014 World Water Week, focusing on energy and water, closed today with participants jointly emphasising the importance of a water goal