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.
Study of FreshWater Watch water quality data from 150 streams in North and South America find nutrient levels exceeding threshold for eutrophication in 86%. These were associated to catchment and local scale conditions observed and recorded by citizen scientists in the FreshWater Watch.
In the week that saw New York City at the centre of debate on sustainable development, climate and water, the HSBC Water Programme partners HSBC, E
The subject of fresh water dominated the airwaves as radio stations spoke to Earthwatch’s Dr Ian Thornhill and primary school teacher Tracy Guild during a morning of dedicated interviews.
On the penultimate day of World Water Week, Ian and Tracy spoke to 18 radio stations across the UK about water pollution and educating our citizens of the future about fresh water. Interviews were aired from 1 – 7 September and reached 3,018,000 listeners.