The Rapid Environmental Assessment of the Kakhovka Dam Breach, carried out by UNEP at the request of the Ukrainian Government, uses UNEP-DHI’s expertise in modelling to assess the hydrological impacts.
This report contains a preliminary analysis of the environmental impacts of the Kakhovka dam breach, which occurred in the early hours of 6 June 2023.
The International Lake Environment Committee (ILEC), in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), will host an International Colloquium on November 6th, 2023, during the 19th World Lake Conference (WLC19).
Watch the recording from this webinar that took place on 24 October 2023 and learn more about DHI’s Global Hydrological Model.
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.
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.
Over the next six years, the Global Wetland Center will acquire more knowledge on how wetlands can reduce the emission and increase the absorption of greenhouse gases. The new research centre is established by DHI A/S, University of Copenhagen and GEUS and is supported by the Novo Nordisk Foundation with DKK 60 million.
Read this Q&A session with Susan Gardner, Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Ecosystems Division, who talks about the perils facing freshwater resources, how to restore them, the importance of tracking water-related environmental data, and how UNEP is taking forward the outcomes of the UN 2023 Water Conference.
The latest installment of the UN World Water Development Report was released at the UN Water Conference in New York earlier this week. Two UNEP-DHI partnerships are highlighted as examples of how to promote progress in data and information availability.
The UN World Water Development Report (WWDR) 2023 highlights the nature and role of partnerships and cooperation among stakeholders in water resources management and development and their role in accelerating progress towards water goals and targets.
On 7 and 8 December, experts will gather in Paris for the UN-Water Summit on Groundwater to discuss the challenges and opportunities involved in the sustainable use and protection of the vital natural resource.
UNEP’s Freshwater Ecosystem Unit is looking to recruit a UNV to carry out environmental monitoring and reporting in the water space. Deadline for applications: Wednesday 14th December 2022.