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New Caledonia

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Area: 5888268 km2
Countries:
Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Cities:
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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2.26 out of 5
WWF Country Risk Score
162 out of 248 Countries
WWF Country Rank
Total Organizations: 1
Total Projects: 0
Priority SDGs: --
Priority Regions: --
Priority Industries: --
Organization Types:
100%
Utility / Water Service Provider
Profile Completion: 36%

Water-Related Challenge Costs

Total annual estimated cost to address all water-related challenges: $0.00

Share of total annual estimated cost to address each individual challenge (2015 $USD):

  • Access to Drinking Water: $0.00
  • Access to Sanitation: $0.00
  • Industrial Pollution: $0.00
  • Agricultural Pollution: $0.00
  • Water Scarcity: $0.00
  • Water Management: $0.00

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Organizations in New Caledonia


The company specializes in innovative water treatment solutions with the use of renewable energy. Climate change and demographic growth will double the water demand by 2030 (UN). More than 3.9 billion people may suffer from the lack of water by … Learn More

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