Water for Sustainable Development
The experience of the Saralbhanga River, which flows from Bhutan to India, shows the power of involving local people in river management.
Achieving Sustainable Integrated Water Resources Management in Mongolia: The Role of River Basin Organizations
This volume of the Water Journal is broken down into five articles:
"Kunmamto city with about 740,00 population, all tap water supplied by groundwater: working together with stakeholders in the region to protect groundwater"
"What to Make and What to Leave Behind for the Next Generation The focus of the world turns to SDGs."
"Ten years to go: Strengthening the contributions of water science towards achieving 2030 Agenda in Asia and the Pacific"
"Government Initiatives Leading the World to the Realization of Society 5.0"
Crunching Numbers: Quantifying the Sustainable Development Co-Benefits of Mexico's Climate Commitments
This training is organized in the context of acquiring a better understanding of the integration of the Water-Energy-Food (WEF) Nexus that is essential for human well-being, poverty alleviation, and achieving multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Given the current rate of progress, acceleration is critical if Asia and the Pacific is to meet the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Sustainable development, liveable communities, healthy environments: to make these a reality around the world, it is essential to ensure access to clean water and adequate sanitation, safely managed for all. Here we present an inside look at how BORDA is innovating sanitation, and some of the people who are making it happen.