On this Earth Day, join us in celebrating the role of nature in sustainable water resources management, and help make sure it remains at the center of the transformation our planet needs.
UNEP-DHI Centre’s chief manager Joakim Harlin sheds light on UNEP’s freshwater action and priorities.
UNEP is co-organizing a session at the World Forestry Congress in Korea (2-6 May) entitled “Forest-Water Connections to achieve the SDGs”. The session will explore how managing forests for water-related services can contribute to achieving the SDGs.
The Global Water Partnership, in consultation with UNEP-DHI and Cap-Net UNDP, has released a comprehensive new course: SDG 6.5.1 IWRM Action Panning course. Sign up for a step-by-step guide on how to build a successful IWRM action plan.
Do you want to learn how to design and implement a successful government endorsed IWRM action plan? Sign up to this free online course for a clear, step-by-step guide.
The United Nations Environment Programme has published a new strategic document outlining its freshwater-related priorities. The document, to which UNEP-DHI was a contributor, describes the crucial role of freshwater bodies in meeting water-related SDGs and in addressing the three interlinked planetary crises: climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution.
UNEP-DHI contributed to UNEP’S latest strategic document on freshwater-related priorities. The document describes the crucial role of freshwater bodies in meeting water-related SDGs and in addressing the three interlinked planetary crises recognized in UNEP’s Medium-Term Strategy: climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution.
Groundwater is a vital resource supporting sustainable development, but experts say it needs to be properly managed.
The sixty-sixth session of the Commission on the Status of Women is already in motion. UNEP-DHI has been invited to present findings on SDG indicator 6.5.1 in an upcoming online side event: Gender Equality and the Empowerment of All Women and Girls: Progress and Challenges in Monitoring the SDGs from a Gender Perspective on 22 March 2022
The World Water Forum will take place physically in Dakar between 21-26 March under the theme “Water security for peace and development”. On the first day, UNEP-DHI will co-host a session on “Financing our future: shared funding mechanisms for managing shared water resources”
This International Women’s Day, join us in embracing UN’s 2022 theme “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”, and celebrate the contribution of women and girls the world over to water resource management.