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During the 2019 World Water Week, Swedish Water House’s Cluster Group on Water and Faith in partnership with the Church of Sweden and the World Council of Churches convened the now 4th annual Water and Faith Showcase and Network Meeting […]
How do hydrological flows affect the productivity of landscapes and what hydrological aspects need to be considered when restoring landscapes for sustainable production? Through numerous examples, the SIWI Swedish Water House Cluster Group on Water in the Landscape analysed the […]
This document constitutes the final report of the Evaluation of Sweden Textile Water Initiative Projects (‘STWI Projects’ from here onwards) 2014-2017 commissioned by the Swedish International Water Institute (SIWI).
During the 2018 World Water Week, the Water and Faith consortium partners including: the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), World Council of Churches (WCC), Global Water Partnership (GWP), the Church of Sweden, Swedish Institute Alexandria and GIZ organized a series […]
The forest-water topic is a contentious one. There are few universal truths about forest-water relationships that can be applied widely for an array of ecosystems, in different regions, or across various scales. Our accepted wisdom relies on expert judgement and […]
In August 2017, parallel to World Water Week, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) hosted a meeting with 12 experts […]
Mötesrapport från klustergruppsmöte Vatten i Landskapet den 10 april, 2018, som ägde rum på SIWI.
The Baltic Sea is one of the most polluted seas in the world. Most of the pollution originates from inland activities. Engaging and activating local stakeholders in the 1,500 municipalities in the Baltic Sea watershed is crucial to restore the […]
Anna Tengberg started the meeting by a short recap from previous cluster group meetings and the plan for upcoming meetings and themes. She also provided a short summary about the SIWI project “Integrated Water and Landscape Governance in Ethiopia”, which […]
The SIWI/SWH coordinator of the Cluster Group, Anna Tengberg, opened the meeting and welcomed all participants and presenters. The theme for the meeting was “Forests and Water” and the four keynote presentations are summarised below together with key conclusions and […]
The SIWI/SWH coordinator of the Cluster Group, Anna Tengberg, opened the meeting and presented the workplan of the network and expected outputs. The workplan includes five thematic meetings on various aspects of water and landscape management that will lead to […]
Pharmaceutical products are essential to our society, and their use is likely to increase due to a growing, ageing population. In sufficient concentrations, pharmaceuticals will impact the
recipient waterbody, although many tools to reduce environmental impact from pharmaceuticals are already available. Combining efforts along the pharmaceutical life cycle – production, procurement, consumption, and wastewater treatment – will be key for sustainable development and lead to increased transparency and understanding between stakeholders.