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Water in the World We Want - SDG 6 Project - Final Report
Water in the World We Want – SDG 6 Project – Final ReportWater in the World We Want. 2019. SDG 6 Project Final Report. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health; United Nations Office for Sustainable Development; Korea Environment Corporation; Ministry of Environment, Republic of Korea.unu-inweh-reportspublication sdg-6
Disaster-Risk, Water Security Challenges and Strategies in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
Disaster-Risk, Water Security Challenges and Strategies in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)Gheuens, J.; Nagabhatla, N.; Perera, E.D.P. Disaster-Risk, Water Security Challenges and Strategies in Small Island Developing States (SIDS). Water 2019, 11, 637. Small island developing states (SIDS) are typically characterized by being environmentally and socio-economically vulnerable to disasters and climate …articlesclimate-change disaster-risk publication sdgs sids sustainable-development-goals water-security
UN World Water Development Report 2019: Leaving No One Behind
UN World Water Development Report 2019: Leaving No One BehindWWAP (UNESCO World Water Assessment Programme). 2019. The United NationsWorld Water Development Report 2019: Leaving No One Behind. Paris, UNESCO.partner-reportspublication wash
Annual Report 2018
Annual Report 2018A message from the Director: The 2018 was a year of extraordinary global water events. The High-Level Panel on Water (HLPW) composed of 11 sitting Heads of State, released its outcome document with key recommendations on how to avert global …annual-reportannual-report publication
Ecosystem-based approach for planning research and capacity development for integrated coastal zone management in Southeast Asia
Ecosystem-based approach for planning research and capacity development for integrated coastal zone management in Southeast AsiaNagabhatla, N., Hung, N., Tuyen, L., Cam, V., Dhanraj, J., Thien, N., & Swierczek, F. (2019). Ecosystem-based approach for planning research and capacity development for integrated coastal zone management in Southeast Asia. APN Science Bulletin, 9(1). doi:10.30852/sb.2019.537. Coastal ecosystems contribute …articlescapacity-building coastal-ecosystem integrated-management publication southeast-asia
Groundwater irrigation induced soil sodification and response options
Groundwater irrigation induced soil sodification and response optionsMinhas, P. S., Qadir, M., & Yadav, R. K. (2019). Groundwater irrigation induced soil sodification and response options. Agricultural Water Management, 215, 74-85. The continuous surge in irrigation, particularly using groundwater for sustaining food security in many developing countries, has …articlesgroundwater irrigation publication soil-degradation
Cost and Efficiency of Arsenic Removal from Groundwater: A Review
Cost and Efficiency of Arsenic Removal from Groundwater: A ReviewShan, Y. Mehta, P., Perera, D., Varela, Y. 2018. Cost and Efficiency of Arsenic Removal from Groundwater: A Review. UNU-INWEH Report Series, Issue 05. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health, Hamilton, Canada. Hundreds of millions of people …unu-inweh-reportsarsenic arsenic-removal-efficiency arsenic-removal-technology drinking-water groundwater publication remediation-cost
Agricultural water pollution: key knowledge gaps and research needs
Agricultural water pollution: key knowledge gaps and research needsEvans, A. E., Mateo-Sagasta, J., Qadir, M., Boelee, E., & Ippolito, A. (2019). Agricultural water pollution: key knowledge gaps and research needs. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 36, 20-27. While water pollution is starting to receive the attention it deserves, …articlesagriculture awp contaminants pollution publication
Defining and Quantifying National-Level Targets, Indicators and Benchmarks for Management of Natural Resources to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals
Defining and Quantifying National-Level Targets, Indicators and Benchmarks for Management of Natural Resources to Achieve the Sustainable Development GoalsDickens, C., Smakhtin, V., McCartney, M., O’Brien, G., & Dahir, L. (2019). Defining and Quantifying National-Level Targets, Indicators and Benchmarks for Management of Natural Resources to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainability, 11(2), 462. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, …articlesnatural-resources publication sdgs water-resources
Sustainable development goal 6: two gaps in the race for indicators
Sustainable development goal 6: two gaps in the race for indicatorsGuppy, L., Mehta, P., & Qadir, M. (2019). Sustainable development goal 6: Two gaps in the race for indicators. Sustainability Science, 1-13. Monitoring national-level progress of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 through internationally agreed indicators has been the focus of …articles2030-agenda monitoring publication sdg-6 sdgs wash
Groundwater and Sustainable Development Goals: Analysis of Interlinkages
Groundwater and Sustainable Development Goals: Analysis of InterlinkagesGuppy, L., Uyttendaele, P., Villholth, K. G., Smakhtin, V. 2018. Groundwater and Sustainable Development Goals: mAnalysis Of Interlinkages. UNU-INWEH Report Series, Issue 04. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health, Hamilton, Canada. Groundwater represents 97% of the world’s …unu-inweh-reportsgroundwater groundwater-management groundwater-quality groundwater-use interlinkages publication sdg-indicators sdg-targets sdgs sustainable-development-goals
The state of desalination and brine production: A global outlook
The state of desalination and brine production: A global outlookJones, E., Qadir, M., van Vliet, M. T., Smakhtin, V., & Kang, S. M. (2018). The state of desalination and brine production: A global outlook. Science of the Total Environment. Rising water demands and diminishing water supplies are exacerbating water …articlesdesalination publication unconventional-water-resources
Canada in the Global Water World: Analysis of Capabilities
Canada in the Global Water World: Analysis of CapabilitiesSandford, R. et al., 2018. Canada in the Global Water World: Analysis of Capabilities. UNU-INWEH Report Series, Issue 03. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health, Hamilton, Canada. This report critically examines, for the first time, the capacity …unu-inweh-reportspublication sdgs sustainable-development-goals water-education water-governance water-research water-security water-technologies water-related-investments
Gender and Community Mainstreaming in Fog Water Collection Systems
Gender and Community Mainstreaming in Fog Water Collection SystemsLucier, K., & Qadir, M. (2018). Gender and Community Mainstreaming in Fog Water Collection Systems. Water, 10(10), 1472. Fog water collection is an emerging opportunity to combat local water shortages in water-scarce areas where sustainable access to water is unreliable, …articlesgender-mainstreaming publication sustainable-development unconventional-water-resources water-insecurity water-scarcity
Using smart ICT to provide weather and water information to smallholders in Africa: The case of the Gash River Basin, Sudan
Using smart ICT to provide weather and water information to smallholders in Africa: The case of the Gash River Basin, SudanAmarnath, G., Simons, G. W. H., Alahacoon, N., Smakhtin, V., Sharma, B., Gismalla, Y., … & Andriessen, M. C. M. (2018). Using smart ICT to provide weather and water information to smallholders in Africa: The case of the Gash River …articlescrop-biomass geographic-information-system ict publication remote-sensing spate-irrigation sudan
Explaining Water Pricing through a Water Security Lens
Explaining Water Pricing through a Water Security LensSoto Rios, P., Deen, T., Nagabhatla, N., & Ayala, G. (2018). Explaining Water Pricing through a Water Security Lens. Water, 10(9), 1173. Read article Can water security serve as a platform for developing a long-term solution to ongoing water crises? …articleseconomics publication sustainable-water-management trends-and-patterns water water-crisis water-pricing water-security
Accelerating Water-Related SDG Success; 6 Steps And 6 Components For SDG 6
Accelerating Water-Related SDG Success; 6 Steps And 6 Components For SDG 6Guppy, L., 2017. Accelerating Water-Related SDG Success; 6 Steps and 6 Components for SDG 6. UNU-INWEH Policy Brief, Issue 4. United Nations University Institute for Water Environment and Health. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. English Frenchpolicy-briefpublication sdg-6 water-crisis
SDG 6 Synthesis Report 2018 on Water and Sanitation
SDG 6 Synthesis Report 2018 on Water and SanitationUnited Nations (2018). Sustainable Development Goal 6 Synthesis Report 2018 on Water and Sanitation. New York. The Sustainable Development Goal 6 Synthesis Report 2018 on Water and Sanitation reviews the global progress made towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG …partner-reportspublication sdg-6 sdgs sustainable-development-goals water-and-sanitation
High‑magnesium waters and soils: Emerging environmental and food security constraints
High‑magnesium waters and soils: Emerging environmental and food security constraintsQadir, M., Schubert, S., Oster, J. D., Sposito, G., Minhas, P. S., Cheraghi, S. A., … & Saqib, M. (2018). High‑magnesium waters and soils: Emerging environmental and food security constraints. Science of The Total Environment, 642, 1108-1117. Read article Food …articlesirrigated-agriculture marginal-quality-water publication salt-affected-soils soil-degradation sustainable-development water-productivity
Centralized versus distributed reservoirs: an investigation of their implications on environmental flows and sustainable water resources management
Centralized versus distributed reservoirs: an investigation of their implications on environmental flows and sustainable water resources managementEriyagama, N., Smakhtin, V., & Udamulla, L. (2018). Centralized versus distributed reservoirs: an investigation of their implications on environmental flows and sustainable water resources management. Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 379, 43-47. Read article Storage of surface …articlespublication water-resources-management
Addressing trade-offs to promote safely managed wastewater in developing countries
Addressing trade-offs to promote safely managed wastewater in developing countriesQadir, M. (2018). Policy Note:” Addressing Trade-offs to Promote Safely Managed Wastewater in Developing Countries”. Water Economics and Policy, 4(02), 1871002. Read articlearticlespublication wastewater
2018 UN World Water Development Report, Nature-based Solutions for Water
2018 UN World Water Development Report, Nature-based Solutions for WaterWWAP (United Nations World Water Assessment Programme)/UN-Water. 2018. The United Nations World Water Development Report 2018: Nature-Based Solutions for Water. Paris, UNESCO. The 2018 edition of the World Water Development Report (WWDR 2018) seeks to inform policy and decision-makers, inside …partner-reportsnature-based-solutions nbs publication
Estimation of the added value of using rainfall–runoff transformation and statistical models for seasonal streamflow forecasting
Estimation of the added value of using rainfall–runoff transformation and statistical models for seasonal streamflow forecastingSittichok, K., Seidou, O., Gado Djibo, A., & Rakangthong, N. K. (2018). Estimation of the added value of using rainfall–runoff transformation and statistical models for seasonal streamflow forecasting. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 63(4), 630-645. Read article Two methods for generating streamflow …articlescost-loss-ratio multiple-linear-regression principal-component-analysis publication seasonal-streamflow-forecasting statistical-model swat
Continuous prediction of clay‐bed stream erosion in response to climate model output for a small urban watershed
Continuous prediction of clay‐bed stream erosion in response to climate model output for a small urban watershedBrennan, C. P., Parsapour‐Moghaddam, P., Rennie, C. D., & Seidou, O. (2018). Continuous prediction of clay‐bed stream erosion in response to climate model output for a small urban watershed. Hydrological Processes, 32(8), 1104-1119. Read article The response of the semi‐alluvial …articlesclay-bed climate-model-output erosion hydrologic-modelling publication semi-alluvial
Floods and Countermeasures Impact Assessment for the Metro Colombo Canal System, Sri Lanka
Floods and Countermeasures Impact Assessment for the Metro Colombo Canal System, Sri LankaMoufar, M. M. M., & Perera, E. D. P. (2018). Floods and Countermeasures Impact Assessment for the Metro Colombo Canal System, Sri Lanka. Hydrology, 5(1), 11. Read article A 15th-century canal system in the Metro Colombo area of Sri Lanka …articlescolombo-city countermeasures flood-impacts metro-colombo-canal-system publication sri-lanka urban-floods
Fog Water Collection: Challenges beyond Technology
Fog Water Collection: Challenges beyond TechnologyQadir, M., Jiménez, G. C., Farnum, R. L., Dodson, L. L., & Smakhtin, V. (2018). Fog Water Collection: Challenges beyond Technology. Water, 10(4), 372. Read article The Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6, calling for access to safe water and sanitation …articlesatmospheric-water community-development gender-mainstreaming publication sustainable-development unconventional-water-resources water-policies-and-institutions water-scarcity
Analysis of land use change impacts on flash flood occurrences in the Sosiani River basin Kenya
Analysis of land use change impacts on flash flood occurrences in the Sosiani River basin KenyaBarasa, B. N., & Perera, E. D. P. (2018). Analysis of land use change impacts on flash flood occurrences in the Sosiani River basin Kenya. International Journal of River Basin Management, 16(2), 179-188. Read article This paper investigates the impacts …articleshydrological-modelling land-use-change publication remote-sensing urban-floods urbanization
Capacity Development in the Water Sector: the case of Massive Open On-line Courses
Capacity Development in the Water Sector: the case of Massive Open On-line CoursesMayfield, C., 2017. Capacity Development in the Water Sector: the case of Massive Open On-line Courses. UNUINWEH Report Series, Issue 01. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health, Hamilton, Canada. The Sustainable Development Goal 6 targets are all …unu-inweh-reportscapacity-building distance-learning integrated-water-resource-management iwrm massive-open-on-line-course mooc publication sdg-6 sustainable-development-goals water-and-sanitation water-jobs
Global Barriers To Improving Water Quality: A Critical Review
Global Barriers To Improving Water Quality: A Critical ReviewMetcalfe, C., Guppy L., Qadir, M., 2017. Global Barriers To Improving Water Quality: A Critical Review. UNU-INWEH Report Series, Issue 02. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health, Hamilton, Canada. Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 sets ambitious targets …unu-inweh-reportsintegrated-water-resource-management iwrm monitoring point-source pollution publication sustainable-development-goals transboundary wastewater water-quality
Annual Report 2017
Annual Report 2017A message from the Director: The year was exciting, vibrant and productive. UNU-INWEH has completed its transition to a revised and sharpened workplan that i) makes water the explicit and strong entry point to ‘environment’ and ‘health’ work components and …annual-reportannual-report publication
Multifunctional Wetlands: Pollution Abatement and Other Ecological Services from Natural and Constructed Wetlands
Multifunctional Wetlands: Pollution Abatement and Other Ecological Services from Natural and Constructed WetlandsNagabhatla, N., & Metcalfe, C. D. (Eds.). (2017). Multifunctional Wetlands: Pollution Abatement and Other Ecological Services from Natural and Constructed Wetlands. Springer. Learn more This book describes how natural or constructed wetlands can be used to reduce pollution of freshwater …bookcoastal ecosystems freshwater pollution publication watershed wetlands
Global Water Crisis: The Facts
Global Water Crisis: The FactsGuppy, L., Anderson, K., 2017. Water Crisis Report. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health, Hamilton, Canada. Water is a foundation of life and livelihoods, and is key to sustainable development. Successful water management will serve as a …unu-inweh-reportsecosystem-degradation publication sdg-6 sustainable-development sustainable-development-goals unsustainable-development wash water-crisis water-sanitation-and-health water-scarcity water-scarcity-and-insecurity water-related-disasters
Climate Change Impacts on Health in the Arab Region: A Case Study on Neglected Tropical Diseases
Climate Change Impacts on Health in the Arab Region: A Case Study on Neglected Tropical DiseasesUnited Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH). 2017. Climate Change Impacts on Health in the Arab Region: A Case Study on Neglected Tropical Diseases. RICCAR Technical Report, Beirut, E/ESCWA/SDPD/2017/RICCAR/TechnicalReport.1. The Regional Initiative for the Assessment of Climate …unu-inweh-reportsclimate-change publication water-and-health
Towards a World Free of Wastewater
Towards a World Free of WastewaterQadir, M., and J. Mwachiro. 2017. Towards a World Free of Untreated Wastewater. UNU-INWEH Policy Brief, Issue 2. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.policy-briefpublication wastewater
Reducing the energy intensity of lift irrigation schemes of Northern Tajikistan- potential options
Reducing the energy intensity of lift irrigation schemes of Northern Tajikistan- potential optionsKarimov, A. K., Smakhtin, V., Karimov, A. A., Khodjiev, K., Yakubov, S., Platonov, A., & Avliyakulov, M. (2017). Reducing the energy intensity of lift irrigation schemes of Northern Tajikistan-potential options. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Read article Since the 1960 …articlesconjunctive-use energy-intensity groundwater publication pump-irrigation tajikistan
The Zambezi River Basin: Water and sustainable development
The Zambezi River Basin: Water and sustainable developmentLautze, J., Phiri, Z., Smakhtin, V., & Saruchera, D. (Eds.). (2017). The Zambezi River Basin: Water and Sustainable Development. Routledge. The Zambezi river is the fourth longest in Africa, crossing or bordering Zambia, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The …bookpublication
Global Environmental Flow Information for the Sustainable Development Goals
Global Environmental Flow Information for the Sustainable Development GoalsSood, A.; Smakhtin, V.; Eriyagama, N.; Villholth, K. G.; Liyanage, N.; Wada, Y.; Ebrahim, G.; Dickens, C. 2017. Global environmental flow information for the sustainable development goals. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). 37p. (IWMI Research Report 168). …partner-reportsecosystems publication sdgs water-management
Mapping Multiple Climate-related Hazards in South Asia
Mapping Multiple Climate-related Hazards in South AsiaAmarnath, G.; Alahacoon, N.; Smakhtin, V.; Aggarwal, P. 2017. Mapping multiple climate-related hazards in South Asia. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). 41p. (IWMI ResearchReport 170). doi: 10.5337/2017.207 All countries experience multiple climate-related risks that vary spatially and …partner-reportsclimate-change flooding natural-disasters publication
2017 UN World Water Development Report, Wastewater: The Untapped Resource
2017 UN World Water Development Report, Wastewater: The Untapped ResourceMost human activities that use water produce wastewater. As the overall demand for water grows, the quantity of wastewater produced and its overall pollution load are continuously increasing worldwide. Over 80% of the world’s wastewater – and over 95% in …partner-reportspublication wastewater
Without Water, Nothing is Secure
Without Water, Nothing is SecureMehta, P., and Nagabhatla, N. 2017. Without Water, Nothing is Secure. UNU-INWEH Policy Brief, Issue 3. United Nations University Institute for Water Environment and Health. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Read here.policy-briefpublication water-security
Annual Report 2016
Annual Report 2016annual-reportannual-report publication
Sustainable Development Goals and the Economics of Land Degradation
Sustainable Development Goals and the Economics of Land DegradationSustainable Development Goals and the Economics of Land Degradation. UNU-INWEH Policy Brief, Issue 1. United Nations University Institute for Water Environment and Health. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Read policy briefpolicy-briefpublication sdg
Safeguarding the future of the global seaweed aquaculture industry
Safeguarding the future of the global seaweed aquaculture industryCottier-Cook, E.J., Nagabhatla, N., Badis, Y., Campbell, M., Chopin, T, Dai, W, Fang, J., He, P, Hewitt, C, Kim, G. H., Huo, Y, Jiang, Z, Kema, G, Li, X, Liu, F, Liu, H, Liu, Y, Lu, Q, Luo, Q, Mao, …policy-briefaquaculture publication seaweed
The Volta River Basin: Water for Food, Economic Growth and Environment
The Volta River Basin: Water for Food, Economic Growth and EnvironmentWilliams, T. O., Mul, M., Biney, C. A., & Smakhtin, V. (Eds.). (2016). The Volta River Basin: Water for food, economic growth and environment. Routledge. The Volta River Basin (VRB) is an important transboundary basin in West Africa that covers …bookpublication
The Ganges River Basin: Status and Challenges in Water, Environment and Livelihoods
The Ganges River Basin: Status and Challenges in Water, Environment and LivelihoodsBharati, L., Sharma, B. R., & Smakhtin, V. (Eds.). (2016). The Ganges River Basin: status and challenges in water, environment and livelihoods. Routledge. The Ganges is one of the most complex yet fascinating river systems in the world. The basin …bookpublication
Imagining Industan
Imagining IndustanAdeel, Z., & Wirsing, R. G. (2016). Imagining Industan. Overcoming Water.bookpublication
The Water, Energy, and Food Security Nexus in the Arab Region
The Water, Energy, and Food Security Nexus in the Arab RegionAmer, K., Adeel, Z., Böer, B., & Saleh, W. (Eds.). (2016). The Water, Energy, and Food Security Nexus in the Arab Region. Springer.book unu-inweh-reportspublication
An economic valuation of agroforestry and land restoration in the Kelka Forest, Mali: Assessing the socio-economic and environmental dimensions of land degradation
An economic valuation of agroforestry and land restoration in the Kelka Forest, Mali: Assessing the socio-economic and environmental dimensions of land degradationHodel, E. (2016). An Economic Valuation of agroforestry and land restoration in the Kelka forest in Mali_Assessing the socio-economic and environmental dimensions of land degradation .partner-reportspublication
19 March 2013. Abu Shouk: Ms. Kariya Mohamed Abbakar, a 50 year old woman from Jebel Saiey, North Darfur, gives water to drink to her relative Ismael Adam (2) in her shelter in the Abu Shouk camp for internally displaced persons (IDP). Kariya has been living in the IDP camp for the past 10 years and she needs to go for water once a week. The water point is a long walk from her shelter in the camp. Because of the labour involved and the cost of the water, she and her family must limit their consumption of water to 80 litres per week, while a typical person in a developed nation elsewhere in the world would use, on average, 400 litres of water per day.
Ms. Abbakar does the work without complaining but points to the difficulty of the weekly collection, and notes that it is taking a toll on her physically. She concedes she would like to have a water point that is closer to her home and that makes water available at lower prices. "My family needs twice as much water as we currently have," she says, noting that summer is approaching in Darfur, signalling that the quality of water will get worse even as the prices will increase.
World Water Day is commemorated annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of fresh water and advocating for the sustainable management of fresh water resources. Each year, those who commemorate World Water Day do so under a specific theme, with this year’s theme being to reflect on the International Year of Water Cooperation.
In 1992, the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development recommended an international day to celebrate fresh water. The General Assembly responded by designating 22 March 1993 as the first World Water Day.
Photo by Albert González Farran, UNAMID.
Annual Report 2015.annual-reportannual-report publication
Potential business opportunities from saline water and salt-affected land resources
Potential business opportunities from saline water and salt-affected land resourcesQadir, M.; Noble, A. D.; Karajeh, F.; George, B. 2015. Potential business opportunities from saline water and salt-affected land resources. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE). 29p. (Resource Recovery …partner-reportspublication
Putting Water and Energy at the Heart of Sustainable Development
Putting Water and Energy at the Heart of Sustainable DevelopmentSchuster-Wallace, Corinne J., Qadir, Manzoor, Adeel, Zafar, Renaud, Fabrice G. and Dickin, Sarah (2015). Putting Water and Energy at the Heart of Sustainable Development. UNU-INWEH.unu-inweh-reportspublication sustainable-development
Doing Development Differently: Bridging Policy, Practice, and Research for WaSH and Wellbeing
Doing Development Differently: Bridging Policy, Practice, and Research for WaSH and WellbeingSchuster-Wallace, Corinne J., Watt, Susan, Cave, Kate and Mehta, Praem (2015). Doing Development Differently: Bridging Policy, Practice, and Research for WaSH and Wellbeing. UNU-INWEH.unu-inweh-reportspublication wash
Economic Valuation of Wastewater: The cost of action and the cost of no action
Economic Valuation of Wastewater: The cost of action and the cost of no actionHernández-Sancho, F., Lamizana-Diallo, B., Mateo-Sagasta, J., & Qadir, M. (2015). Economic valuation of wastewater: the cost of action and the cost of no action. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).partner-reportspublication wastewater
Ecotourism: Reinforcing Local Demand for a "Waste to Wealth" Approach to Sanitation
Ecotourism: Reinforcing Local Demand for a “Waste to Wealth” Approach to SanitationCave, K., Heikoop, B., Quillérou, E., & Schuster-Wallace, C. (2015). Ecotourism: reinforcing local demand for a “waste to wealth” approach to sanitation (No. hal-01954811).unu-inweh-reportspublication
ELD Initiative User Guide: A 6+1 step approach to assess the economics of land management
ELD Initiative User Guide: A 6+1 step approach to assess the economics of land managementELD Initiative. (2015). ELD initiative user guide: a 6+ 1 step approach to assess the economics of land management. GIZ, Bonn, Germany. Available from www. eld-initiative. org.partner-reportspublication
An economic valuation of a large-scale rangeland restoration project through the Hima system in Jordan
An economic valuation of a large-scale rangeland restoration project through the Hima system in JordanMyint, M. M., & Westerberg, V. (2015). An economic valuation of a large-scale rangeland restoration project through the Hima system in Jordan. Report for the ELD Initiative by International Union for Conservation of Nature, Nairobi, Kenya.partner-reportspublication
An economic valuation of sustainable land management through agroforestry in eastern Sudan: Assessing the socio-economic and environmental dimensions of land degradation
An economic valuation of sustainable land management through agroforestry in eastern Sudan: Assessing the socio-economic and environmental dimensions of land degradationHodel, E. (2016). An economic valuation of sustainable land management through agroforestry in eastern Sudan_Assessing the socio-economic and environmental dimensions of land degradation. Gedaref State was previously known as the food basket of Sudan. Over several decades unsustainable agricultural practices …partner-reportspublication
The Value of Land: Prosperous lands and positive rewards through sustainable land management
The Value of Land: Prosperous lands and positive rewards through sustainable land managementStewart, N. (2015). The value of land: Prosperous lands and positive rewards through sustainable land management. United Nations University-Institute for Water, Environment and Health.unu-inweh-reportspublication
Pathways and options for action and stakeholder engagement, based on the 2015 ELD Massive Open Online Course “Stakeholder Engagement”
Pathways and options for action and stakeholder engagement, based on the 2015 ELD Massive Open Online Course “Stakeholder Engagement”ELD Initiative. (2015). Pathways and Options for action and Stakeholder Engagement based on the Massive Open Online Course ‘The Economics of Land Degradation’. Practitioners Guide..partner-reportspublication
Valuing Human Waste as an Energy Resource: A Research Brief Assessing the Global Wealth in Waste
Valuing Human Waste as an Energy Resource: A Research Brief Assessing the Global Wealth in WasteSchuster-Wallace, C. J., Wild, C., & Metcalfe, C. (2015). Valuing Human Waste as an Energy Resource. A Research Brief Assessing the Global Wealth in Waste. United Nations University Institute for Water. Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH), 13.unu-inweh-reportspublication
WaSH: Integrated Social Empowerment Toolkit for Community WaSH and Wellbeing - W:ISE Toolkit Handbook
WaSH: Integrated Social Empowerment Toolkit for Community WaSH and Wellbeing – W:ISE Toolkit HandbookSchuster-Wallace, C. J., Cave, K., McCormick, H., Watt, S., & Dickson, S. (2015). WaSH: Integrated Social Empowerment Toolkit for Community WaSH and Wellbeing–W: ISE Toolkit Handbook.unu-inweh-reportspublication wash
Water Cooperation: Views on Progress and the Way Forward
Water Cooperation: Views on Progress and the Way ForwardAdeel, Z., Aslov, S., Maestu, J., & Unver, O. (2015). Water Cooperation–Views on Progress and the Way Forward. Hamilton, Canada: United Nations University Institute for Water. Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH).unu-inweh-reportspublication
Women, WaSH and Water for Life Decade
Women, WaSH and Water for Life DecadeSchuster-Wallace, C. J., Cave, K., & Bouman-Dentener, A. (2015). Women, WaSH, and the water for life decade. United Nations University-Institute for Water, Environment and Health.unu-inweh-reportspublication wash
Water in the World We Want
Water in the World We WantSchuster-Wallace C.J. and Sandford, R. 2015. Water in the World We Want. United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health and United Nations Office for Sustainable Development. The international community is at an important juncture, as it is engaged …unu-inweh-reportspublication sdg-6 sdgs sustainable-development water-security
Annual Report 2014
Annual Report 2014Read here.annual-reportannual-report publication
Annual Report 2013
Annual Report 2013Read here.annual-reportannual-report publication
Annual Report 2012
Annual Report 2012Read here.annual-reportannual-report publication
Annual Report 2011
Annual Report 2011Read here.annual-reportannual-report publication
Annual Report 2010
Annual Report 2010Read here.annual-reportannual-report publication
Annual Report 2009
Annual Report 2009Read here.annual-reportannual-report publication
Annual Report 2008
Annual Report 2008Read here.annual-reportannual-report publication