International Mangrove Day, July 26, marks the relevance of Mangrove ecosystem services: provision of food security, local livelihoods, biomass production, fisheries and protection from climate change and extreme weather...
The 39th International WEDC Conference, held in Kumasi, Ghana, was titled ‘Ensuring Availability and Sustainable Management of Water and Sanitation for All’. The conference was a chance for experts...
On July 1, Dr. Vladimir Smakhtin began his term as Director of the UN University Institute for Water, Environment and Health. Based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, UNU-INWEH is supported...
Dr. Manzoor Qadir, Assistant Director, Water and Human Development Programme at UNU-INWEH participated in the Singapore International Water Week. In his presentation in the session jointly organized by UNOSD...
UNU 2015 Annual Report
Annual Report: A Message from Our Director UNU-INWEH underwent some remarkable changes in 2015, which included securing major funding, recruitment of key professional staff, and successful media engagement on...
UNU-INWEH’s 20th Anniversary Public Seminar Water: The Nexus of Sustainable Development & Climate Change 5 April 2016 9:00am – 4:00pm The Westin Ottawa Hotel 11 Colonel By Drive...
GEF – From Coast to Coast From Coast to Coast – Celebrating 20 Years of Transboundary Management of our Shared Oceans (GEF International Waters) was launched during Oceans Day,...
Safe, systematic collection of human waste could yield valuable fuels.
A blog post from UNU-INWEH intern, Busola Olaniyan.
Water Problem Hotspots Will Demand Effective New Approaches to International Co-operation.
Public and private decision makers discuss the way forward.
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The world loses trillions of dollars worth of nature's benefits each year due to land degradation, says new ELD report.