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Workshop summary and background information on the “Understanding the Forest-Water Nexus: monitoring framework” expert workshop 27-30 September 2016.
Cities worldwide are facing growing challenges in storm water management. This working paper compiles experiences from Copenhagen, Dordrecht, Hamburg, London, New York and Seattle, based on interviews and a conference held in Gothenburg, Sweden in November 2014.
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Global energy demand is in a state of flux. A 26 per cent population growth as well as an average global economic growth of 3.5 per cent until the year 2035 are underlying drivers (IEA, 2013). Consequently global energy demand […]
Key Messages Sweden has an ideal oppurtunity to become a more important International partner in Disaster Reduction (DRR) and resistance activities, originating from its strong history of donor support and long engagement in DRR. The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs […]
Nearly half of the world’s freshwater flows across political boundaries. International cooperation is necessary to ensure that the water resources of a transboundary river basin are equitably shared between upstream and downstream userswith different, and sometimes conflicting, needs, claims andcultures. […]
Investing in the Future, produced jointly by the Swedish Water House and the Millennium Project, is based on the Interim Report of Task Force 7 on Water and Sanitation and seeks to reflect the integrity of the document. Original references, […]
At the United Nations Millennium Summit in September 2000, the largest-ever gathering of world leaders adopted the Millennium Declaration. From the Declaration emerged the Millennium Development Goals, an integrated set of timebound targets for extending the benefits of globalization to […]
Four out of every ten people in the world don’t have access to even a simple pit latrine; and nearly two in ten have no source of safe drinking water. This silent humanitarian crisis kills some 3,900children every day and […]
The water necessary to produce the food required for an expanding human population is usually discussed only as an issue of blue water for irrigation (the water we usefrom rivers and aquifers). This discussion neglects that most food production is […]
This is the first policy paper from the Resilience and Freshwater Initiative. The ambition of the initiative is to make emerging scientific theories of resilience operational for policy making that concerns integrated water management. The initiative includes a wide scope […]
This policy brief highlights the need for water management to incorporate complexity and uncertainty and introduces the concepts of “resilience” and “adaptive co-management. ”It emphasises the need to go from conventional to ecosystem-oriented adaptive freshwater management.