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WRI Aqueduct @WRIAqueduct Washington, DC

@WorldResources tool for measuring and mapping water risk around the world.

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Joined Twitter 10/14/11


How can #TamilNadu prepare for more extreme swings in seasonal #waterstress? 🌿 Restore watersheds & natural lands… https://t.co/OlO2uxgVZB
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11/8
2019
Our new #mapofthemonth uses @WRIAqueduct data to show extreme seasonal water variability in #TamilNadu. To prevent… https://t.co/7eOM7iYXo3
Retweeted by WRI AqueductThe @WRIAqueduct #WaterRisk Atlas finds that 17 countries, home to a quarter of the world’s population, face “extre… https://t.co/HqFrdto7cW
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11/6
2019
We restore land for water: Trees and other plants lock soil in place, controlling the amount of sediment and pollut… https://t.co/GF0l3meRDk
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10/28
2019
Rural communities in the US are struggling. The Forest Resilience Bond model can help unlock job opportunities + en… https://t.co/4ayBbAvLJZ
10/22
2019
One in four people lives in places at high risk of running out of #water - including many in the western US. Story… https://t.co/EPF8aCAsFG
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10/21
2019
#NowReading - Clothing company @LeviStraussCo shares long-term ambition to slash water use. The company uses… https://t.co/NR7UtLYaRF
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10/18
2019
Learn how data from the updated @WRIAqueduct #WaterRisk Atlas helps companies, businesses, investors, and governmen… https://t.co/JtW2MDsF1V
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10/17
2019
The planet can no longer afford business as usual. Today, we are proud to stand with the leaders of 11 major enviro… https://t.co/vDDxrObkqg
Retweeted by WRI Aqueduct @resource_watch @WorldResources @WRIIndia @WRIAqueduct The answer to last week's #WhereInTheWorld #GeographyQuiz is… https://t.co/heh12DYKM8
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10/15
2019
How investment in #Africa's #water sector can pay off in the face of #climatechange. #SolutionsNotProblemshttps://t.co/oIxRAtXnwo
Retweeted by WRI AqueductRobust #waterstewardship is based on a strong understanding of #water-related business risks and opportunities. Com… https://t.co/1gAoykyfvX
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10/9
2019
How Does a Flood-prone #City Run Out of Water? Inside #Chennai’s “Day Zero” Crisis | New blog from @WRIIndia’s… https://t.co/IXpi4pqhYZ
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10/1
2019
Why #ClimateStrike ? Here's one reason - climate change increases the variability of rainfall 💧, making floods and… https://t.co/r27VQYjRh7Learn more about the impacts of water scarcity on India's thermal power plants 👉 https://t.co/8upQJN5dM2https://t.co/aob2NzYpn3
9/20
2019
#Adaptation actions to restore degraded lands and ensure #watersecurity are urgent needs of the time and imperative… https://t.co/EgzbJJ9cE4
Retweeted by WRI AqueductWe are proud to have joined the Aqueduct Alliance, a coalition of leading companies, governments and foundations wo… https://t.co/owwfN3McvV
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9/19
2019
Welcome to the Aqueduct Alliance, @IntlPaperCo ! Learn more about how they use Aqueduct's tools and data here:… https://t.co/tVXIXJ4A2s
9/18
2019
Want to stay updated on our water events, launches, publications, and job postings?🌊 Subscribe to our newsletter:… https://t.co/QuYTtUj4yK
9/12
2019
@DorianGirard_ @OuestFrance @WorldResources Merci, Dorian! Ce sont des idées très importantesPour @OuestFrance, j'ai exploré les données de @WRIAqueduct du @WorldResources et il en résulte deux papiers assez… https://t.co/FgSduMsX2k
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9/11
2019
📣#Workshop how can innovative finance help fire resilience in forests? 🌳 @tgartner7 Director of #Cities4Forestshttps://t.co/m7zqPiT61d
Retweeted by WRI AqueductInvesting $1.8 trillion in adaptation in 5 areas - early warning systems, resilient infrastructure, improved drylan… https://t.co/Kqrko9TD6i
9/10
2019
.@SamratBasak presents on the importance of blue-green infrastructure and its role in improving resilience to extre… https://t.co/ddQy9i4jHm
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9/9
2019
Can you guess the topic of our next analysis? @WRIAqueduct #water https://t.co/s943hn6emk
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9/6
2019
Using #data from @WRIAqueduct, @washingtonpost took a closer look at the water stress in some of the most precariou… https://t.co/rAFgRhvza3
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9/5
2019
Whats equally exciting with the new data upgrades is the inclusion of the latest @WRIAqueduct 3.0 baseline water st… https://t.co/KSKVGRc0i4
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9/4
2019
My new story on @AlFanarMedia About the water shortages in Arab countries @LeahSchleifer @rutgerhofste @jauelk https://t.co/gIBXkw24fS
Retweeted by WRI AqueductNew @WorldResources @Quantis_intl @LimnoTech Valuing Nature methodology helps companies measure the benefits their… https://t.co/CMbyfO3uXh
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9/3
2019
Join @Paul_Reig and water stewardship practitioners as they share their experiences in implementing strategies to d… https://t.co/Qp8w8N30YD
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8/26
2019
New @WorldResources, @Quantis_intl, @LimnoTech, Valuing Nature methodology helps companies measure the benefits the… https://t.co/3FbgukNVmp
8/22
2019
#DayZeroWatch: *NEW* @WRIRossCities analysis of 15 cities in the global south shows almost 50% of households lacked… https://t.co/GyLE7w2pHh
8/13
2019
It's always great to pressing environmental issues on the front page. 17 countries--home to 25% of the global popul… https://t.co/53j3vsv7rx
Retweeted by WRI AqueductWhile the @WRIAqueduct update highlights countries and states facing high #waterstress, this data does not determin… https://t.co/bOp0ki09Tf
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8/9
2019
Feeling worried about #WaterStress after our new tool launched yesterday? #WaterStress is not destiny - we can mana… https://t.co/CoINAV9SyONew WRI data reveals 17 countries, home to ¼ of the world’s population, face extremely high water stress. Worsened… https://t.co/7Ofr9CnJNV
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8/7
2019
Our updated @WRIAqueduct data find that nearly a quarter of the world’s population lives in the 17 countries with "… https://t.co/uqtoEVKVbq
Retweeted by WRI AqueductThe @WRIAqueduct tool finds that even countries with low #waterstress on average may have dire hotspots. New Mexico… https://t.co/6OeTply3mP
Retweeted by WRI Aqueduct @TRF_Climate @WorldResources @WaterAidUK @wateraid @UN_Water @WRIClimate @FAOWater @Paul_Reig @rutgerhofsteA study by the U.S. think-tank @WorldResources @WRIAqueduct warns that 1 in 4 people worldwide faces extremely high… https://t.co/q7eUMzZcRo
Retweeted by WRI Aqueduct.@nytimes @SominiSengupta and Weiyi Cai used new Aqueduct data to find which major urban areas face the highest… https://t.co/8nF5uBNBH4And explore the tools here https://t.co/MBv1H5A7mTNOW LIVE: *New* Aqueduct tools and data show which countries are facing #waterstress and reveals several emerging t… https://t.co/Kq0DYSCYdJ
8/6
2019
.@WRICitiesIndia and @tsmaudonline are hosting a multi-stakeholder forum today to discuss #urbanwater issues and in… https://t.co/iwBl3ZBhUP
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7/24
2019
Demand management is key - even a small fluctuation in supply can be disastrous when demands drive up water stress.… https://t.co/wZsU5mlTR2
7/23
2019
#DidYouKnow it takes 2,700 liters of water to make 1 cotton shirt, as much as the average person drinks for 2.5 yea… https://t.co/3CFLiX1pIE
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7/18
2019
How Does a Flood-prone #City Run Out of Water? Inside #Chennai’s “Day Zero” Crisis | Blog from @WRIIndia’s… https://t.co/AqC92GDABA
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7/16
2019
#NowReading India’s Terrifying Water Crisis: To survive the climate emergency, India needs the collective power of… https://t.co/J97zdUElFS
7/15
2019
One of South India's biggest cities is almost out of water. Listen to our NEW PODCAST: How #Chennai's water got to… https://t.co/0I1KKnR8jv
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7/9
2019
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7/2
2019
"Where will India go seeking water if its supply dries up? Several thousand years ago, it is said, a highly evolved… https://t.co/3qNkN0v0Vo
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7/1
2019
#India’s lack of a coherent policy on #water may prove catastrophic with demand set to outstrip supply, says… https://t.co/sN0DLicuw8
Retweeted by WRI Aqueduct#NowReading 👇 thread by @Molly_Bergen that shows why it's critical to 1) involve local communities and 2) consider… https://t.co/9fDlilNkGJChennai, India is experiencing an unprecedented water crisis. But how does a city prone to flooding run out of wate… https://t.co/ltGgPdq2DW
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6/27
2019
Wondering how the @WRIAqueduct team approaches life? Developed by @PietKlop in 2011, this graphic still lives and… https://t.co/teI1onBsny
Retweeted by WRI Aqueduct @rajbhagatt Chennai has *extremely* high baseline water stress - meaning 80% of water supplied is withdrawn. Need t… https://t.co/qonhj3PvXDFlood-prone #Chennai experiencing their own #DayZero as reservoirs run dry. We need more than rain to solve this gr… https://t.co/Z8XdlBS3zR
6/25
2019
The global green bond market keeps on growing: The Netherlands just raised $6.8 billion. Private finance can fund e… https://t.co/GCE0IvrRZ3
Retweeted by WRI AqueductRead @luo_tianyi and @krishnandeepak1 's 🥇award winning 🥇 paper, Parched Power, here: https://t.co/8upQJN5dM2 https://t.co/HKOhN34KldMust-read article from @EARTH3R @Gizmodo detailing the #ChennaiWaterCrisis https://t.co/iogmZtJoAu
6/24
2019
Bear in mind 11 million people live in Chennai. And >200 other major cities are looking down the barrel of a loomin… https://t.co/XgfhYDmyrL
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6/21
2019
Read more about this #WaterPeaceSecurity project here: https://t.co/oom2du44w9 @CharlesIceland https://t.co/iXZXgOwlzI
6/20
2019
#NowReading 7 Graphics Explain the State of the World’s Water, via new @resource_watch blog https://t.co/4jvxh4U1Ofhttps://t.co/AFYcO0DfDw
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6/19
2019
Tech tool from @WorldResources and partners will aim to predict global water conflicts before they happen - new sto… https://t.co/MWUz9dbbEIChennai, an Indian city home to over 4 million people, is in crisis after its four main reservoirs have run complet… https://t.co/GscMXAJXktRaj Bhagat. P, Senior Project Associate: Sustainable Cities at WRI India explains, “Unlike some other regions of In… https://t.co/PiALk39udu
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6/18
2019
@amitabhk87 @gssjodhpur Govt shd look 4 developing local area markets 4 wastewater reuse; shd adopt financial instr… https://t.co/JKUHrMRoP3
Retweeted by WRI Aqueduct#NowReading https://t.co/kykDWZBcJzWant to learn more about water? @columbiawater has launched their first #MOOC on Water Risk Management for the Priv… https://t.co/xpegdOmOoL
6/17
2019
Check out this new tool from our colleagues, helping companies tackle deforestation #GFWPro @globalforests https://t.co/Sd8baZntAv
6/11
2019
#NowReading https://t.co/3q1mhQmJEc
6/6
2019
Your diet may be thirstier than you think. As climate change makes worsens water issues, here's 5 ways to put food… https://t.co/JGQOYIUm4Z
6/4
2019
Climate, energy, and infrastructure all have something in common, hint: 💧🌊 💦 Water issues ranked highly as subtopi… https://t.co/kIUXUcizBl
6/3
2019
It's #NationalHamburgerDay ! Meat requires lots of water and land to produce - but we can still enjoy meat in moder… https://t.co/z1qr9tvj9P
5/28
2019
"There is consensus that tensions, and so the potential for bloodshed, will be heightened by climate change. And co… https://t.co/1PpDdhSl4IClimate change and conflict @TheEconomist @catBrahic, introducing #WaterPeaceSecurity initiative - using machine le… https://t.co/01KXRY3rRr
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5/24
2019
6 Recent Signs of Hope for the #Ocean: 🌊 Indonesia Tackles Plastic ⛴️ Electric Ferries 🐟 Fighting Illegal Fishi… https://t.co/StfQ8w8ffQ
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5/21
2019
We are making a timeline of WRI milestones in Africa. This is so impressive! Starting in 1988, we now have 40+ staf… https://t.co/ezbaHIQH9s
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5/20
2019
We're seeking your input on "A Practical Guide for Companies: Setting Site-Level Water Targets Informed by Local Co… https://t.co/iWa676jq47
5/17
2019
Adapting to climate change can be expensive – especially for developing countries. How can we ensure that adaptatio… https://t.co/mCXYe4hrdz
5/8
2019
In just one year water shortages cost India enough energy to power Sri Lanka. Unless leaders take action, water may… https://t.co/kVvARbBouV
5/6
2019
Water stress is a hidden threat to peace in the Middle East. If we don’t invest in water now, we may have to pay bi… https://t.co/IUVM4iolRB
5/3
2019
Over half of India is water stressed, and only 37% of their sewage is treated. Could sludge-to-energy systems be th… https://t.co/QYUWhnt0X0
5/1
2019
Forests provide so many benefits - from biodiversity to supporting livelihoods. Degrading forests also threatens cr… https://t.co/L74Vn6zq9GThe world lost a Belgium-sized area of primary rainforests last year. New data from @globalforests maps the loss of… https://t.co/VD1onvMD5n
4/29
2019
Cape Town nearly ran out of water last year. Here’s what cities can learn from their near “Day Zero”:… https://t.co/rFsVAsRQEY
4/26
2019
We're hiring! Come work as a Project Coordinator in @WRIGovernance. Apply here: https://t.co/fYUoQZezea #nowhiring #hiring #dcjobs
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4/24
2019
Happy #EarthDay ! Today take time to appreciate Earth’s forests, floodplains, and coral reefs. Not only are they be… https://t.co/53lRSVFhh8"Infrastructure means more than just building" – it also means growing and restoring. Where do we rely on healthy f… https://t.co/KbViod3HHO
4/22
2019
As warming temperatures push clouds and rainfall poleward, our agriculture system and water supply brace themselves… https://t.co/KDwSYcKif4
4/19
2019
Marshes, swamps, and mangroves protect our earth, and knowing where they are allows us to protect them. This new bl… https://t.co/AFf84akuPT
4/18
2019
Today plastic litters our beaches and creeps into our food and water. But before it became the planet’s enemy, plas… https://t.co/0QMJpw9ZOJ
4/17
2019
Great to see that @WRIAqueduct is being used at multiple forums. Thank you @chvsharda & @school_waterCSE for highli… https://t.co/uVw2Cy0Wsz
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4/16
2019
As water risks rise, leaders in Latin America may turn to restored forests to protect their water supply. Read more… https://t.co/eBcoCT12LS
4/15
2019
The movement to protect our waters from plastic waste swept across the nation nearly overnight. Could the movement… https://t.co/uHVfTnSTpA
4/12
2019
Natural infrastructure has the potential to protect water, strengthen communities, and cut costs. Why aren’t more c… https://t.co/K9svAkwE9W
4/11
2019
In São Paulo, a city still recovering from drought, steady water is of utmost importance. By restoring forests and… https://t.co/eaGQFRfYlk
4/10
2019
“In order for forests to protect Brazil’s water, Brazil must protect its forests.” This blog shows forests’ power t… https://t.co/Sq3BLSVCBc
4/9
2019

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