Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Ramped up efforts needed to protect the world's inland waters


ScienceDaily
The Birdtail River meanders past a big gravel-mine in western Manitoba,
Canada. A PinP photo.

Surface water protection is well below global targets in over half of the world's countries, according to a new study. Story here. 

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