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Over 60 Idaho communities receive funding to improve water systems

News-Press Now 05 Jul 2022
A total of 63 communities across Idaho will receive funding for clean water projects ranging from the evaluation and repair of current water distribution to removing lead water pipes ... Other funds for water improvement projects ... State revolving fund assistance for water improvement.
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New laws ease communities' ability to seek state loans to upgrade stormwater, sewer systems

Crains Detroit Business 05 Jul 2022
... the State Revolving Funds to repair their old water and sewer lines." ... Supporters, which include water utilities, trades unions and environmental groups, said the State Revolving Fund is the most important funding mechanism for making water and sewer infrastructure improvements.
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H20 Water Securities Launches World’s First Crypto Water Token and Raises $150 Million

FX Empire 05 Jul 2022
H20N functions as means to raise funds for global water projects ... Many do not have access to sufficient water in order to supply their daily needs, with the larger and more broader issue being a lack of funding for water infrastructure. The global funding gap for water ...
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Agrimart: The Water Security Agency is aiding local governments to support the agricultural industry

Moosejaw Today 05 Jul 2022
The Water Security Agency (WSA) is issuing new funding for the maintenance of constructed agricultural drainage projects as well as for channel clearing ... "This funding is vital to support responsible agricultural water management projects in Saskatchewan," Saskatchewan Conservation and Development Association Chair Miles Wendell said.
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UN appeals for urgent funding to provide humanitarian aid to people in South Sudan

Anadolu Agency 05 Jul 2022
Nyanti noted that there are over 2 million people displaced in South Sudan, and the absence of funding means those in camps risk being left in critical need of water, sanitation and hygiene and health services, and the lack of safety and security will further deepen these risks.
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World’s First Crypto Water Token Launched by South Africa’s H2O Water Securities

Crypto Economy 05 Jul 2022
The lack of funding for the construction of water infrastructure is further compounding the problem. It has been highlighted by a recent report by the OECD that there will be an estimated funding gap of around 18 trillion dollars for water infrastructure by 2030. There are several reasons why the crypto-token H2ON (Water Network) is being used.
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This is the wrong time to cut environmental protection

The Hill 05 Jul 2022
The rest of the new funding goes to state programs and drinking water and wastewater infrastructure, and the bill includes $931 in earmarks for specific infrastructure projects ... The House appropriation also increases funding for other agency programs, including pesticide ...
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Piet Retief mayor denies using public money to attend Durban July partying

Independent online (SA) 05 Jul 2022
The note which was posted on social media claimed that the mayor, his partner and friends were having the times of their lives using state funds while the municipality is in the dark and without water for days.
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Drought in Italy forces state of emergency

Business Day 05 Jul 2022
... to impose water rationing for homes and businesses ... More broadly, it also introduced a state of emergency in five northern regions — Emilia-Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lombardy, Piedmont and Veneto — earmarking an initial €36.5m of funds to help them tackle the water shortage.
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Culp Run project planned

Gettysburg Times 05 Jul 2022
This Gettysburg Borough and GBSWA funded project will take place entirely within the authorized park boundary and will improved water quality, restore wetlands, and contribute to the goals of the Chesapeake Bay Program, according to the park service release ... water runoff.
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State of Emergency Declared in Northern Italy Over Worst Drought in 70 Years

The Epoch Times 05 Jul 2022
The government has announced 36.5 million euros ($39.5 million) in funds to help tackle the water shortage ... This includes measures like water rationing for businesses and homes.
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State of emergency declared in northern Italy amid worst drought in 70 years

The Irish Times 05 Jul 2022
The state of emergency will allow authorities impose measures such as water rationing if necessary ... More broadly, it also introduced a state of emergency in five northern regions – Emilia-Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lombardy, Piedmont and Veneto – earmarking an initial €36.5 million of funds to help them tackle the water shortage.
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IOM requests funding for humanitarian needs of 3 mln people in Horn of Africa

People Daily 05 Jul 2022
dollars funding to meet the humanitarian needs of three million people in four Horn of Africa countries ... They included the food and non-food needs, emergency shelter, water, sanitation, hygiene, protection, rapid response fund and support livelihoods in the four countries, the IOM report further showed.
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IOM requests funding for humanitarian needs of 3 million people in Horn of Africa

Beijing News 05 Jul 2022
In a situation overview report, IOM said the funds are required to meet the basic ... They included the food and non-food needs, emergency shelter, water, sanitation, hygiene, protection, rapid response fund and support livelihoods in the four countries, the IOM report further showed.
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Italy declares state of emergency for drought-stricken north

Reuters 05 Jul 2022
More broadly, it also introduced a state of emergency in five northern regions - Emilia-Romagna, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lombardy, Piedmont and Veneto - earmarking an initial 36.5 million euros ($38 million) of funds to help them tackle the water shortage.

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