Warming oceans likely to shrink the viable habitat of many marine animals – but not all

Source: USF COLLEGE OF MARINE SCIENCE - By: Kristen Kusek A professor and marine physiology expert at the USF College of Marine Science, Seibel recently published a paper in Nature Climate Change. It connects the dots pertaining to animal metabolism that he's collected over 20 years and seven r...

Report: State of the world's drinking water

Source: UN Water - On 24 October 2022, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the World Bank, launched the report State of the world's drinking water: An urgent call to action to accelerate progress on ensuring safe drinking water for all. The r...

Using data in transboundary water management & negotiations

Source: GlobalWaterPartnership  Description This online session is planned for 2 November 2022. This event is part of ongoing efforts to engage more with participants of the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Governance for Transboundary Freshwater Security. The session is co-organi...

Applying the land-water-food-energy nexus

Source: CGIAR To achieve net zero and unlock progress on multiple SDGs, we need new, coordinated action to manage the complex interplay between food, land, energy, and water systemsMounting scientific evidence points to food systems being responsible for around a third of global greenhouse gas emiss...

Water in Agriculture – why should we care?

Source: WorldWaterWeek - By Cindy Cherry - In the wake of World Food Day, this article places specific focus on the theme of water in agriculture. It highlights the main inhibitors and opportunities to progress water-food-nutrition security by providing reflections from the SIWI WWW semina...

WINNER Conference 2022

WINNER stands for Week of Indonesia-Netherlands Education and Research. This initiative is run by the Dutch Embassy in Jakarta, Nuffic NESO, the Indonesian Academy of Young Scientists (ALMI), the Indonesian National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sci...

Water And Environment

The environment is made up of elements, both living and non-living, such as air, water, minerals. It is known worldwide that water is a particularly important natural element because it is essential for sustaining life and it also supports lives. The water is home to millions of species, from the sm...

Transforming the water and sanitation workforce: Diversity and Inclusion practices

Source: International Water Association  TYPE: WebinarDURATION: 1:30 hoursSTART DATE: 26 Oct 2022START TIME: 10:00 (London time)LANGUAGE: EnglishFORMAT: Presentations, practical learning exercise and panel discussion session.CERTIFICATION: N/A Target Audi...

Join the Global Youth Movement for Water

Are you a youth-led organization or association active in the water space? Do you want to amplify your voice and contribute to a global movement for change? Are you a non-youth organization wanting to further support youth for water? The Global Youth Movement for Water aims to enhance the ...

Urban WaterGuide: A guide for building sustainable and resilient cities

The Australian Government, Australian Water Partnership and the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities partnered to develop a framework to improve water outcomes in international cities and towns, based on Australia's urban water experience. The result is the Urban WaterGuide, which ...

Digital Water Book: A Strategic Digital Transformation for the Water Industry

Source: International Water Association - The pressing need to address the challenges of the global water sector continues to be the driving force behind the digital transformation. In addition to rapidly changing demographics, intensified and prolonged natural disasters, and ageing infrastruct...

Uniting Youth for Water at World Water Congress

Source - International Water Association - IWA is pleased to announce an award-winning young water professional as a keynote speaker at the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition. Dr Farokh L Kakar, an environmental Engineer at Brown and Caldwell and Founder of Blue College of Water and Tech...

Why we need to talk about climate when we talk about water

Source - Australian Aid - Climate change is threatening water security as we experience changes in the water cycle, including floods and droughts. At the same time, water systems such as permafrost and wetlands emit greenhouse gases, and climate change mitigation actions such as alternative wat...

The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2022

Source - UNWATER - The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2022 is the only United Nations official report that monitors global progress on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This annual report is prepared by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA), in ...

‘Seeing the Unseen: The Value of Water’ – Stockholm World Water Week 2022

Source - unwater - Later this month, World Water Week 2022 will take place online and in Stockholm, Sweden, from 23 August to 1 September. The theme of the event is "Seeing the Unseen: The Value of Water", reflecting the urgent need to better understand and value water in its full complexity. O...

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