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United Nations Water Conference 2023: thousands of decision-makers, government representatives and private sector figures gathered to discuss the issue of drinking water. The Foundation was there to talk about water and health.
The 2023 edition of World Water Day coincides with the start of the United Nations Water Conference, which takes place from 22 to 24 March in New York. The Veolia Foundation will focus on the importance of water in the fight against cholera and the vital nature of access to water in humanitarian situations.
The Veolia Foundation has mobilized to help the populations affected by the earthquake that devastated southeast Turkey and northern Syria on February 6.
For two days, some fifty experts in access to water and sanitation in the humanitarian sector exchanged views at the invitation of the Veolia Foundation and the French Water Partnership.
The deployment of the Aquaforce RO, the latest addition to the Veolia Foundation's range of water purification plants, was tested and validated in mid-January during a trial run in the Pyrénées Orientales.
Faced with rising sea levels and an increase in extreme weather events, coastal cities are on the front line. With Sea’ties, local actors are getting together and committing themselves to face the risks that have become very real and to design solutions together.
The passage of tropical storm Fiona deprived several thousand Guadeloupeans of access to water and electricity. A Veoliaforce mission, conducted with the French Red Cross, enabled drinking water to be distributed to households in Vieux-Habitants.
The scientific expedition Mission Microbiomes is coming to an end. Tara will touch the quay of the Cité de la Voile in Lorient on Saturday 16 October afternoon. Follow the schooner's arrival live.