An interdisciplinary team of researchers and citizen scientists team up for assessing water quality in an iconic English river.
Figure showing the four main atmospheric water harvesting processes
Producing clean, fresh drinking water from atmospheric water vapor can play an important role in alleviating water scarcity in drought-prone regions of the world. This perspective explores the current trends and future outlook for atmospheric water harvesting technologies.
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In this review, the authors discuss the drivers, fundamental science, and potential enabling materials for high selectivity membranes, as well as their applications in different water treatment processes.
Elsevier,

Clean Energy and Resource Recovery. Wastewater Treatment Plants as Biorefineries, Volume 2, 2022, Pages 301-314

This chapter advances SDGs 6 & 7 by examining the potential for wastewater to be converted into a renewable fossil-fuel alternative.

Major challenges faced by the human population in recent times include population increase, resource depletion and deterioration of environmental quality.

This paper explores a customary system of water governance in Ghana.
Elsevier,

Environmental Water Requirements in Mountainous Areas, 2021, Pages 281-292

Looks at the links between sustainability of water in mountainous areas and sustainability.
In an urbanized catchment, land use has a strong effect on water quality. The majority of the landscape metrics are correlated with Ave River Basin water quality. Water quality is dependent on landscape planning. Ave River Basin requires landscape intervention to restore hydric resources.
This study provides new insights into the potential use of machine learning in hydrological simulations.

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