Read this UNEP article about how a dam project implemented amid drought and armed conflict in Sudan is helping residents collect scarce rainwater.
On Friday 27th of October at 09.00 CEST the International Center for Biosaline Agriculture and DHI will coordinate a webinar for scientists and experts to discuss the resources, policies, and innovations necessary for effective drought management, mitigation and adaptation.
World Meteorological Organization (WMO) recently launched its State of Global Water Resources 2022 report, following the success of the first pilot report launched last year. The 2022 edition of the series offers a comprehensive assessment of water resources worldwide.
DHI is pleased to announce the appointment of Joakim Harlin as the new full-time Chief Manager of the UNEP-DHI Centre. Joakim has handled the role of Chief Manager part-time since 2020, and the expansion of his role marks a significant step towards even stronger contributions to driving progress in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Read this United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) article about the return of wildlife to the Hudson River, once one of the most polluted rivers in the US.
UNEP-DHI Centre on Water and Environment is looking for a full-time Programme Advisor to support water-related projects within the fields of water management, climate change and environment. The application deadline is 24th of September 2023.
The continued deterioration of water quality poses one of the biggest threats to human and ecosystem health worldwide. This free online course provides you with key insights on water pollution drivers, stakeholder involvement, and strategic planning for pollution prevention and management needed to tackle this issue.
Read this UNEP article about early warning systems designed for water-related disasters. “By closely monitoring changes in our water bodies, we can better predict cascading risks and tipping points that lead to disasters,” says Leticia Carvalho, Head of the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP’s) Marine and Freshwater Branch. “That will help us more sustainably use our precious water resources and head off catastrophes that could affect tens of millions of people.”
The UNEP-DHI Centre has relaunched the course : Integrated Water Resource Management for climate resilience.
By adopting an integrated approach, participants will learn how to plan for climate-resilient measures in the water sector, utilizing various management and technology tools for adaptation and mitigation. The course offers practical examples and planning tools for implementing climate resilient IWRM, and also explores financing sources.
UNEP-DHI is looking for a full time Intern to support our work with UNEP and the Global Partnership on Plastic Pollution and Marine Litter (GPML). The application deadline is 13th of August 2023. Expected starting date is as soon as possible.