Learn how wastewater can be recycled and reused with this new infographic!
UNU-INWEH launches first evidence-based analysis of options for integrating water into the new Sustainable Development Goals.
The Economics of Land Degradation Initiative has launched its Interim Report at the UNCCD COP11!
Almost 1/3 of nations report no information on wastewater; where it exists at all, 63% of wastewater data is 5+ years old.
Sharing the Nile’s vital flow through 11 nations and spread of “world’s worst weed among topics in special volume.
Coral Reefs of the Gulf: Past, Present, and Future of a Unique Ecosystem
WORLD SOIL DAY!: UNU-INWEH celebrates World Soil Day 2013 with a new infographic!__________________________________________
WATER GOALS HAVE BIG COSTS WITH BIGGER RETURNS: New report estimates $3 trillion annual benefits flow from $840 billion – $1.8 trillion expense.__________________________________________
CELEBRATE WORLD TOILET DAY!: On World Toilet Day, let's come together and spread awareness for the dangers limited sanitation!
ELD INTERIM REPORT: A global strategy for sustainable land management. Download your free copy today!__________________________________________
CATALYZING WATER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH: An analysis of options for integrating water into the new Sustainable Development Goals.__________________________________________
GLOBAL NEED FOR WASTEWATER DATA: Only 55 countries have complete data available on wastewater production, treatment, and reuse.
ANOTHER DROP SEMINAR SERIES: Case studies that aid in our understanding of water, environment, and health.__________________________________________
MANAGING COASTS IN A CHANGING WORLD SEMINAR SERIES: Topics relating to coastal environmental management in the face of climate change.__________________________________________
WATERSHED LECTURE SERIES: Building awareness on the global water crisis and its relationship to public health.
UNU-INWEH celebrates World Soil Day 2013 with an infographic!
UNU-INWEH participates in the Canadian Water Network event “Women in Water” looking at water through a female lens.
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