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Yorkshire Water and Birds Eye to support carbon-capturing 'pop up rainforest'


A new business collaboration in the Humber region looks set to create a "pop up rainforest" that will help farmers plant a diverse range of cover crops that will capture carbon, reduce flooding risk and improve soil health.

'Great British Rain Paradox': Public unaware of UK's water scarcity


The risks of climate change and population growth on water scarcity in the UK remain hidden, with a new survey of 2,000 Brits revealing that water consumption is low down on the priority agenda for environmental concerns.

Intel targets net-positive water use and world's 'most sustainable' PC


IT manufacturer Intel has unveiled new sustainability targets for 2030, committing to achieving net-positive water use, being powered by 100% renewables and launching the "most sustainable and energy-efficient PC in the world".

Parts of England could run short of water within 20 years, NAO warns


Unsustainable water abstraction processes and infrastructure, compounded by climate change and population growth, will result in parts of southern England running out of water within 20 years.

Business giants including Coca-Cola pledge to deliver 'net-positive' water impact


The chief executives of 11 large corporations, including The Coca-Cola Company, Microsoft and AB InBev, have signed a new joint commitment to have a net-positive impact on water resources throughout their supply chains and operations.
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