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Stockholm Water Front No. 3 2007

Over 2500 participants from 113 countries gathered in the Swedish Capital for the 2007 World Water Week in Stockholm to… View more

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Agriculture, Water and Ecosystems

This Policy Brief covers the past agricultural management that has caused wide scale changes in land cover, streamflow, and groundwater… View more

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Making Anti-Corruption Approaches Work for the Poor

Anti-corruption activity has intensified in recent years but there has been little specific discussion about how this activity will be… View more

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MENA Water Overview: Transboundary Cooperation, IWRM and Opportunities for Swedish Engagement

The challenges facing those involved in the water sector throughout the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cannot be over-emphasised.… View more

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Stockholm Water Front No.2 2007

In this issue of Water Front, a set of policy-relevant impacts of climate change on natural and human systems of… View more

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Stockholm Water Front No. 1 2007

Climate change is finally on the political agenda and has reached the attention of media through Al Gore’'s “"An inconvenient… View more

Holistic Hygiene for Human Health

For decades, access to water and sanitation has been seen as the essential step in reducing the preventable disease burden… View more

Bioenergy: Changing the Water Playing Field

The rapidly increasing interest in bioenergy is changing the water playing field. This spike in attention was evident in Stockholm,… View more

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On the Verge of a New Water Scarcity

An unfortunate confusion regarding growing physical water scarcity distorts policy formulation and effective action programmes. The scale and magnitude of… View more

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Planning for Drinking Water and Sanitation in Peri-Urban Areas

Safe drinking water, good sanitation and hygiene are fundamental to people’s health, survival, growth and development. In some parts of… View more