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.
Read about the impact the HSBC Water Programme is having on people’s lives and livelihoods
After months of being carefully reared in sanctuaries, an incredible number of turtle hatchlings and gharial crocodiles have been released into the Ganges this year in attempts to rejuvenate their depleting numbers in the wild.After months of being carefully reared in sanctuaries, an incredible number of turtle hatchlings and gharial crocodiles have been released into the Ganges this year in attempts to rejuvenate their depleting numbers in the wild.
Under the HSBC Water Programme, WWF is working to protect one of the world's greatest yet dirtiest rivers; the Ganges. Watch the BBC's exclusive documentary to see the shocking truth behind the challenges and solutions to save this holy river.
Leading scientists present water quality research from Earthwatch’s FreshWater Watch programme in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Guangzhou.
The 2015 HSBC Water Programme Awards winners' trip to the Pantanal to visit the work of WWF is in full swing! On Day 4, the group meets some of the individuals and families whose daily lives are improving from the programme.