Today, C40 Cities announced the launch of the Water Safe Cities Accelerator, a groundbreaking initiative involving major cities from around the globe in a concerted effort to combat the escalating challenges of flooding and drought, bolster urban resilience and sustainability by 2030.
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group approved a donation of EUR 34.27 million to Chad in Abidjan on 17 November 2023, to implement the second phase of the Semi-urban and Rural Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Programme in 11 of the country’s regions.
In a new collaboration, the innovation company EasyMining and the German utilities company Gelsenwasser will start developing a market for a premium feed product together with Friesen Group, a second-generation family-owned Canadian feed company.
Zymo Research Corporation proudly announced its sponsorship of the upcoming "Microbes in Wastewater: Molecular Approaches in Pathogen and AMR Surveillance" symposium, scheduled for January 18th -19th, 2024, in Laguna Beach, California.
PepsiCo (NASDAQ: PEP) today announced the third year of its global agriculture program, the Positive Agriculture Outcomes (PAO) Accelerator, by backing eight new innovation projects across nine countries.
Irish start-up NanobOx has secured first-round funding of $1M from a consortium led by international agri-food technology investor The Yield Lab, with the remainder coming from DeepIE Ventures and Growing Capital.
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $92M Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the Santa Clara Valley Water District in California. EPA’s loan will support planning and design work to increase long-term water storage capacity and strengthen drought resilience in the Santa Clara Valley.
Today, the Biden-Harris administration announced approximately $2B in funding available to support community-driven projects that deploy clean energy, strengthen climate resilience, and build capacity for communities to tackle environmental and climate justice challenges.
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a proposed rule to further protect people from exposure to two chemicals that are toxic, remain in the environment for long periods of time, and accumulate in the body.