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UNU-INWEH examined the changing language of water in declarations over the past 40 years.

Ms. Van Lavieren participated in this workshop, held in Montego Bay, Jamaica

UNU-INWEH celebrates the award of a prestigious Vanier Scholarship to Sarah Dickin!

Pollutants in aquifers threaten future of Mexico's fast growing "Riviera Maya"

Kate, a PhD student, knows how it feels to be a high-profile international scientist.

A trip to Kenya was made by Dr. Wallace to strengthen existing relationships in the area.

Dr. Peter F. Sale talks about 'The elephant in the room' with the Australian Coral Reef Society.

The International Training Course on Mangrove Biodiversity Ecosystems seeks improvement.

New infrastructure with centralized municipal system could give access to water daily.

UNU-INWEH invested in a water transfer pump in Tanzania.