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2012 Abstract Volume

Abstract Volume, World Water Week in Stockholm - August 26–31, 2012: Water and Food Security Contents Workshop: Best Use of… View more

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Feeding a Thirsty World

The World Water Week 2012 in Stockholm will zoom in on food security and the global water situation. This is… View more

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Land Acquisitions: How Will They Impact Transboundary Waters?

This exploratory report investigates how the current surge in land acquisitions and investments by foreign countries, sovereign wealth funds and… View more

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2012 World Water Week puts thought to food

More than one in three people today either suffer from malnourishment, or face health risks from overeating and unbalanced diets.… View more

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New issue of Stockholm Water Front out now!

The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) continues to expand and develop as a global thought leader on water policy issues,… View more

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2012 World Water Week Overarching Conclusions now available

Water and Food Security At the 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm, over 2,500 experts gathered to discuss solutions to… View more

2012 World Water Week closes with a youthful vision for a food secure future

The 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm closed today with a "vision" capturing the perspective of the younger generation of… View more

2012 Stockholm Water Prize presented to IWMI

H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden presented the 2012 Stockholm Water Prize to the International Water Management Institute (IWMI)… View more

Taste the Waste of Water documentary launched at the 2012 World Water Week

The short documentary "Taste the Waste of Water" was launched today at the World Water Week to highlight the issue… View more

2012 World Water Week opens with call for global action to reduce food waste

Global leaders assembled today at the opening session of the 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm called for substantial increases… View more