We are all aware that having a sustainable water supply in most of the Pacific Islands is a continuing challenge.
Especially when there is climate disruption, either drought or a strong category typhoon, water supply for drinking and domestic use would become an issue. The Pacific Islands, besides being vulnerable, have been experiencing the brunt of climate change.
The Climate Adaptation Platform site featured a report that discusses the funding of water infrastructure for climate adaptation.
The report prefaces on the fact that climate change has a big effect on water supply. It supposes that countries with less resilient water infrastructure and sources will find it hard to cope.
Please take time to read the article as it provides links to further information on the water infrastructure investment schemes the World Water Council report presented. Read more about what organisations are doing to help, what are the possibilities of getting those funding, and other related stuff that the report discussed.
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