|8 Reasons to Invest in Irrigation in China
To grow 75% of total grains & 90% cash crops, China’s irrigated areas need water equivalent to the Pearl River flow. With an additional 18 million hectares to adopt water-saving tech by 2030, CWR’s Hu says investment in irrigation is worth exploring … more
|Corporate Bonds Water Credit Risk Tool
China Water Risk sat down with GCP’s Liesel Van Ast & GIZ’s Simone Dettling, two developers of the Corporate Bonds Water Credit Risk Tool to find out how it helps investors & banks mitigate exposure and impact on the bottom line … more
|BWS-China: WRI’s New Water Stress Map
With more granular data from the Chinese government, WRI China upgraded its Aqueduct Baseline Water Stress (BWS) maps for China. BWS China developers Wang, Zhong & Long explain key differences … more
Green Development Strategy and Advices for Yangtze River Economic Belt based on Water-nomics Theory (English translation of the Chinese title).
This journal article, published in the national academic journal “Environmental Protection” (Issue 15, 2016), is based on CWR & MEP FECO’s joint brief “WATER-NOMICS OF THE YANGTZE RIVER ECONOMIC BELT: Strategies & recommendations for green development along the river“.
Source: Environmental Sciences Press, 2016
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|Maximum Allowable Discharge Concentrations for Heavy Metals in China
Maximum Allowable Discharge Concentrations for Other Pollutants in China
Click on the link below for a list of heavy metals and their maximum allowable discharge concentrations according to the People’s Republic of China’s national standards, as well as information from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on the potential effects … … more
Click on the link below for a list of other pollutants (non-heavy metal), their application and maximum allowable discharge concentrations according to the People’s Republic of China’s national standards, as well as information from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on … … more
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