Water in the World We Want underscores need to crackdown on corruption in the water sector.
World Must Achieve International Water Goals to Preempt Looming Conflicts Born of Desperation, says new UN Report.
Learn all about mangroves in this free e-course in partnership with The Nature Conservancy! Unit 2 covers mangrove structure.
First global dengue maps published by UN University. Large parts of Europe, South America face rising vulnerability.
What does it mean to live without improved sanitation? Dr. Chamberlain Froese, founder of Save the Mothers, discusses.
Salt-spoiled soils worldwide: 20% of all irrigated lands. Costs include $27 billion+ in lost crop value/year.
FREE, OPEN ACCESS MANGROVES COURSE: Learn all about mangroves in this free e-course in partnership with The Nature Conservancy!__________________________________________
INVEST IN WATER TO PREVENT FUTURE CONFLICT: "Water in the World We Want" underscores need to crackdown on corruption in the water sector.__________________________________________
MAPPING THE DENGUE VIRUS: First global dengue maps published by UN University. Europe, South America vulnerable.
WATER, ENERGY AND THE ARAB AWAKENING: A pipeline to replenish the vanishing Dead Sea could act as a bridge to Mid-East security.__________________________________________
ENVISIONING A WORLD FREE OF WATER PROBLEMS: Read the Strategic Plan that positions UNU-INWEH as a leader in global water issues for 2015 - 2019.__________________________________________
SALT-INDUCED LAND DEGRADATION: Salt-spoiled soils worldwide: 20% of all irrigated lands -- an area equal to France.
WORLD WATER DAY: On March 22, 2015, use the hashtag #WaterIs to share messages about water and sustainability!__________________________________________
ANOTHER DROP - A FREE, PUBLIC SEMINAR SERIES: Case studies that aid in our understanding of water, environment, and health.__________________________________________
WORLD TOILET DAY: Access to adequate sanitation is a human right. Find out why we can't wait.
An interview with Dr. Corinne Schuster-Wallace on the WaSH and Wellbeing programme.
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