Who pays for our water consumption?

“We’re still not discussing the human rights aspect enough”, says Elin Weyler with regards to water consumption in our supply chains. Watch the full video below » 🔴 LIVE with @elinweyler. We discuss today’s seminar on #consumption and #water. https://t.co/PZoRlW1roV — […]

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Growing debate on water and consumption

Who really pays for your consumption? More and more consumers and companies are starting to ask themselves hard questions about what today’s production and consumption patterns mean for the world’s water resources.

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Special issue of Water on human rights to water and sanitation – call for contributions

For an upcoming special issue, the scientific journal Water is welcoming submissions of full research articles, reviews, as well as shorter commentary on the human rights to water and sanitation. “This issue seeks to capture the most up-to-date research and practices,” says co-editor […]

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River flow champion, Dr Jackie King, wins 2019 Stockholm Water Prize

Dr Jackie King is named the 2019 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for her game-changing contributions to global river management.

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Caleb Liow Jia Le and Johnny Xiao Hong Yu from Singapore win Stockholm Junior Water Prize 2018

Stockholm (28 August 2018) – Two students from Singapore, Caleb Liow Jia Le and Johnny Xiao Hong Yu, won the 2018 Stockholm Junior Water Prize for producing reduced graphene oxide, a material that can be used to purify water, from […]

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Apply for the “Best hydrology thesis”-stipend

Students can now apply for a stipend from the Swedish Hydrological Council, that rewards the best thesis in the field of hydrology of 2017. The stipend aims at students who wrote their thesis at a member organization (see list here) […]

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Tools for Urban Climate Adaptation Training Days

From 28-30 November a consortium of organizations hosted a series of training workshops to improve understanding around urban climate adaptation issues and interventions throughout the Baltic Sea Region. The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), together with Baltic Development Forum (BDF), […]

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Cities and Helsinki Commission identify opportunities for co-operation on pollution reduction efforts

The project “Baltic Sea Pioneers for better pollution monitoring and reporting” has identified opportunities and confirmed interest among cities and the Helsinki Commission (HELCOM) to co-operate on Baltic Sea Action Plan pollution reduction efforts – specifically with regard to sharing […]

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