Conclusions from SIWI Swedish Water House project communicated at HELCOM Ministerial Meeting 2018

Race For The Baltic and KIMO presented recommendations to HELCOM as concrete ways to support and facilitate the crucial work of municipalities . These key recommendations drew on conclusions from a pilot project Baltic Sea Pioneers for better Pollution Monitoring […]

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The Baltic Sea Project – A Water Dialogue seminar

Last week, Tove Erikslund, Chief Administrative Officer and member of the SIWI Board, shared lessons learnt from the bank’s innovative environmental, customer engagement project at the ICWC Water Dialogue at SIWI. The programme helps to raise awareness among customers of […]

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SIWI at the Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok

Throwback to the Embassy’s annual workshop held in March. Katarina Veem, Director of Swedish Water House, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), gives her view on some of the challenges they are facing this year along with some ideas for the […]

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What’s in your water? Minimizing pharma pollution

“We stand in different corners and discuss what is needed. We need to act with what we have in hand”, Kia Salin, (Medical Procurement Agency), Swedish Water House, Pharmaceuticals Conference, April 2016 Pharmaceutical products are essential to our society, and […]

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Community participation mitigate effects of floods

One of the many natural disaster events projected to be on the rise in future climate change scenarios is flooding. Professor Richard A. Matthew from University of California at Irvine, described it as “the most destructive form of natural disaster […]

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Shri Rajendra Singh – Make flow slow!

In charge of the sound system during recording (read: hit the ‘panic button’ should the feedback go crazy during the talk), I was told that we almost wouldn’t need the microphone for Mr. Singh’s part of the Water Dialogue seminar […]

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