“Water Issues” – we are changing for you

Wodne Sprawy

Dear Readers,

We are putting into your hands a new, slightly revised issue of the “Water Matters” magazine. Not a year has passed since the first issue, and your interest in water issues has exceeded our expectations. To meet them and try to meet them, we have implemented a number of changes. Thanks to them, we will be able to present you with even better and more complete content about water and all related issues.

Od bieżącego wydania nie poprzestaniemy na publikowaniu aktualności w dwutygodniowych odstępach czasu. Każdego dnia będziemy dzielić się z Wami istotnymi informacjami z kraju i ze świata, co oznacza kilkukrotne zwiększenie treści zawartych w tym dziale gazety. Dzisiaj polecam temat oczyszczania Sekwany przed Olimpiadą w Paryżu. Czy pierwszy test kąpieliska został zaliczony? To, że oczyszczalnie mogą wspierać rolników, wiemy z naszych krajowych doświadczeń, jednak na świecie działa to na dużo większą skalę. Oczyszczalnia North Head w Sydney zyskuje na znaczeniu dzięki inwestycji wartej aż 94 mln dolarów.

W Polsce we wrześniu rozpoczyna się sezon polowań na ptaki wodne. Warto zastanowić się, czy strzelanie do zwierząt jest koniecznością i jakie pomyłki w takich okolicznościach zagrażają przyrodzie. Do 29 września potrwają konsultacje publiczne Strategii zrównoważonego rozwoju wsi, rolnictwa i rybactwa 2030.

In the “From the European Commission” section, we share insights on the intensification of EFRAG’s work. You can read about what’s new in this area in our article. Non-financial reporting standards primarily apply to businesses, hence the perceived need to keep abreast of what is happening in business and economics. We will cover these topics in our new section: “Business and Economics.” We are starting, among other things. From publications on the global water market: Water in the stock market – a commodity worth paying attention to.

In this issue we also touch on what is invisible to the eyes, namely groundwater. We answer the question of how our country is divided into groundwater bodies and what this entails. In the reviews, I also recommend articles about an unusual swimming expedition to Alaska by Leszek Naziemiec and about the health-promoting properties of water – by Dr. Agata Wdowik.

From this issue, the “From the World” section is transformed into “The World of Water.” The content presented in it will be about scientific curiosities, discoveries, we will present in it the beauty of aquatic and water-dependent ecosystems. In this issue, I recommend Europe’s Most Beautiful Natural Waterfronts, as well as an important discovery by researchers at the University of New Hampshire, who show that the water-use efficiency of plants has declined.

In “Science” it is also happening, and not only because of our publications, but also because of the changes we have made. An undeniable goal for us is to convey interesting scientific content in a popularized, and we hope also understandable, way. We try to make sure that current topics do not escape you. In this issue, I particularly recommend the article by Piotr Panek: The site after the Kachow Reservoir, or a chance to renaturalize the Great Lug. However, this is only a drop in the ocean of publications about water that appear daily in the world of science. Hence our concept to bring you a glimpse of some of the interesting titles in the “Publications Review,” which will now take up permanent residence with us.

In addition, we have introduced a “In previous issues” section. Until now, anyone could read previous issues of the newspaper by clicking on the cover of their choice. Now we will also remind you of the articles that were most popular. In the section “Permit, consent, decision” have been collected texts we have already published on obtaining the corresponding decision. We want to make it easy for you to find specific tips. We have also partially changed the layout of “Water Matters.” We hope to make it even more friendly for you.

Of utmost importance to us is the level of content created. We strive to make our magazine a platform for the exchange of ideas and inspiration for creative discussions. For this reason, invited practitioners, experts and scientists share their experience and knowledge with you in the pages of “Water Matters”. Social, economic and water-related aspects intersect in many of our publications. Such rhetoric is intended so that awareness of this permeation grows.

“Water Matters” is created for you – the readers. Therefore, we invite you to submit topics that you find important and necessary to analyze. We would appreciate your comments to help improve the magazine.

Water quality is the quality of our lives.

Thank you for being interested in water issues.

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