World Water Week

SDG takes centre stage at the World Water Week in Stockholm

Swedish Water House recruits and support junior rapporteurs to report from the annual World Water Week in Stockholm. Applications from Sweden based students or young professionals are prioritized. (blog by Isla Duporge) This was the second year I acted as […]

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rapporteurs at 2016 world water week

Forests, water and sustainable urbanization – video and blog from our event at World Water Week 2016

(Blog by Maria Ölund and Eskil Mattson at Focali) Restoring and protecting forests in watersheds close to cities can help to balance water flows, contributing to flood control and securing supply of cleaner water. The seminar “Forests, water and sustainable growth […]

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Leaving no one behind: Junior Rapporteurs as information carriers at World Water Week

In the spirit of leaving no one behind at this year’s World Water Week, junior rapporteurs were at the centre of helping to document the week’s activities. This is a summary of the experience from junior rapporteur Isaac Barnes from […]

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Swedish Water House at World Water Week

Do you remember the Water Festival in Stockholm? The festival eventually grew to become World Water Week, which today is the leading global conference to discuss water and development issues. This year, World Water Week turns 25 and focuses on […]

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Behind the scenes and right in the middle – being a Junior Rapporteur at the World Water Week 2014

We are five. Five people to cover everything that is said and done with respect to global change at the World Water Week 2014. Now I should mention that the World Water Week is a fairly enormous conference. In 2014, […]

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Malin Falkenmark’s ideas set the tone at 2014 World Water Week

On Sunday 31 August, the very first day of 2014 World Water Week in Stockholm, leading scientists gathered for the seminar “Managing Centres of Booming Water Expectations in Basins and Regions of Change”. The seminar of SIWI, SEI and Stockholm […]

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