Welcome to Swedish Water House!

We act as a neutral platform for Swedish actors interested in international water issues, creating spaces for dialogue, cooperation and knowledge sharing. The overall objective of Swedish Water House is to contribute to cooperation over water and development issues. An important element of Swedish Water House activity consists of seminars and workshops. The events involve a wide range of actors and disseminate knowledge about the often invisible role of water in various areas.

Events

Workshop: Nutrient Monitoring and Reporting

The workshop is the first of two workshops within the project “Baltic Sea Accelerators: Pioneers for better pollution monitoring and reporting”. We will discuss how municipalities monitor and report nutrient discharges today, what information is needed by Helcom for a more […]

Event date 2017-05-04 View more
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Investment forum on water, Part 2: Corporate water risk workshop

In March, Swesif, CDP and SIWI lauched a joint investor forum on water. Throughout 2017, we are offering a series of seminars and workshops for Swesif members. Following from the introductory seminar on the financial relevancy of water, it is […]

Event date 2017-04-19 View more
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World Water Day 2017
Wastewater – a resource flushed down the drain?

Water is a finite resource with growing demand from consumers and producers. As the threat of water scarcity grows, where can we turn? A circular economy in which both water and waste are managed as the assets that they are […]

Event date 2017-03-22 View more

News & Blogs

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Call for abstracts: Agri4D – 2017 – Rural Transformation and Urbanization

There is today a rapid migration of the rural poor to swelling urban centers in search of better job opportunities and improved livelihoods. A large part of these rural migrants succeeds in finding better life, but for many the hopes […]

Published on 2017-03-15 View more
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How landscape perspective can contribute to the 2030 agenda in practice?

It has been over a year since the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the historic signing of the Paris Climate Agreement. Both of these events put forward a new agenda for development, and those who work in […]

Published on 2017-02-02 View more
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Forests and Water – a crucial and complex relationship

Blog-report from FAO/SIWI workshop “Understanding the Forest and Water Monitoring Framework” During three highly interactive days, approximately 20 forest and water international experts convened at the SIWI office in Stockholm to discuss how to monitor interactions between forests and water, […]

Published on 2016-10-25 View more

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