“Shared Knowledge”: The first web documentary to support access to essential services

The SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT INITIATIVES FUND is posting online a web documentary called “Shared Knowledge” which traces three years of commitments and actions.

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Water recognised by the UN as a human right

On July 28, the General Assembly of the United Nations recognised in a resolution that “the right to clean, healthy water is a fundamental right, essential to the full exercise of the right to life and of all human rights”. A symbolic advance in the “International Water Decade 2005-2015 Water for Life” proclaimed by the United Nations (UN).

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Mumbai facing a severe water crisis

Mumbai, the most densely-populated city in India with 13 million inhabitants in 2006, is currently facing a severe water crisis. The quantities of water available have reached a critical level, meaning the various uses of water resources have to be prioritised.

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The right to water questioned : interview with Julie Aubriot, Action against Hunger

A day before the end of the 5th World Water Forum, Julie Aubriot, in charge of advocacy at Action against Hunger talks about the Right to Water.

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