The UK is one of four countries that are among the top 10 countries where there is an environmental threat from climate change, according to a new report from the Environmental Integrity Project.
The study looked at the impact of climate change on UK’s water and sanitation systems and also assessed the impact on people and communities.
The UK has been named as one of three countries with the worst water quality and sanitation conditions, followed by France, Norway and Sweden.
The Environmental Integrity report, Water and Wastewater Quality, highlights the fact that the UK’s current water system is based on outdated, outdated water management practices that are based on the assumption that the environment and human health are best served by the water used.
In reality, the UK water supply is not as clean as it should be and water quality has deteriorated.
The report’s authors, Joanna Williams, an environmental campaigner, and Alex Greening, an energy expert, say that the situation is a clear sign that the current water supply system is failing the people of the UK and the world.
“Water quality is a social justice issue and we all have a stake in this,” said Williams.
“We all have the responsibility to take action to protect our environment and the health of our communities.
Water is our lifeblood, it is a fundamental human right.”
The report also found that the government is not doing enough to improve the UK system.
While the UK currently has the world highest water quality standards, there are areas where water quality is in the worst state.
The Environment Integrity Project found that London’s drinking water was at the worst level for a decade.
In 2016, the city reported that its water quality was among the worst in the UK, with a concentration of lead and arsenic levels that are well above the WHO’s standard.
It also found the city’s water was in poor condition.
The water was not treated properly and lead and lead compounds are known carcinogens.
The Government should do more to address the water quality issues in the capital, said Greening.
“The Government should have a new plan to improve water quality across the country and put water infrastructure on the world stage,” he said.
“That would give communities a better chance of living in cities and having a clean drinking water supply.”
The UK’s environmental quality standards are based upon the assumption of a “green economy”.
However, this model does not address the need for water conservation, Greening said.
The Green Economy Framework, published by the UK government in March 2016, called for a sustainable, “green, low carbon” economy and promised that the Government would “rebuild water supplies to meet demand and meet affordability”.
Greening and Williams say that environmental justice is not being met by the current system.
“It is not surprising that water quality does not improve,” said Greenings partner, Joanne Williams.
They believe that a better way to deliver the UK environmental justice agenda would be to address social justice issues by focusing on water.
“Environmental justice is an issue that has been ignored for so long.
It is a challenge we can’t ignore,” said Joanne.
“Climate change has put us in a position where we need to do more.
We need to make sure we use clean water, we need clean air and we need a clean water system.”
Williams said the report shows that the environmental justice issues in our country are not being addressed properly.
“When we look at water we see an issue of the water we use, and we see the water being polluted.
We see the environmental destruction we see,” she said.