The HSBC Water Programme is a partnership with Earthwatch, WaterAid and WWF providing and protecting water sources, informing and educating communities, enabling people to prosper and driving economic development across the world.
To mark HSBC's 15-year partnership with WWF, HSBC has commissioned 'A Living River' at London's Gatwick inspired by China's Yangtze, a truly a living river.
American photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz presents images from an ongoing study of the global water crisis.
A new HSBC Water Programme initiative, which launched on World Environment Day, is now underway in Mauritius. The ultimate aim is to foster interest in the environment and Citizen Science.
By 2050 more than half of the world’s nine billion population will be living in water scarce regions - take a closer look at population growth and the water challenge.
HSBC Citizen Science Leader of the Year Januarie Hall describes why she became involved in FreshWater Watch and what drives her to achieve as much as she can with the programme.
WWF conservation experts were jubilant when they spotted a mother dolphin with her newly born baby in Kampi pool on the banks of the Mekong River i
This year WaterAid took its largest ever team of volunteers to Glastonbury festival. More than 400 people, including 18 people from HSBC, grabbed their wellies and headed down to Worthy Farm to be part of the WaterAid loo crew, recycling teams, or distributing tap water at one of the many kiosks onsite. They were all tasked with talking about one thing – how toilets save lives.