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    Water fuels every aspect of life. It’s essential for basic health and hygiene, and it drives society’s most essential industries: agriculture, energy and transportation. Without water security there can be no national security.
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    It’s 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 31, in Stockholm, Sweden. For five days now, the halls of the Stockholm City Conference Centre have been humming with the impassioned discussions of more than 3,200 water experts, decision-makers, private sector representatives and thought leaders. They’ve gathered here from over 130 countries for World Water Week, the largest annual conference of its kind in the world. Here at the end of the week, amid hundreds of panels, presentations and plenaries, the Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) is hoping to make a splash.
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    John Parker of SWP partner Tetra Tech explains how natural flows support the environment.
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    SWP’s expert panel discusses issues surrounding water scarcity at D.C.’s Wilson Center.
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    A STEPPING STONE TO SECURITY
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    Why water infrastructure isn’t always the answer.
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    Flood resilience goes beyond mere survival, say panelists at Sustainable Water Partnership event.
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    How Cambodia’s erratic water conditions make it the perfect pilot for SWP
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    A combination of risk and receptivity fuel a promising SWP activity in Kenya and Tanzania.
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    SWP’s panel of experts discusses how best to address challenges of poor water quality.