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Stockholm Water Front No. 1 2012

In an ever-changing world, the value of communication that is customised for its target audience has never been more important.… 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

Capacitating Trustees to Prevent Water Conflicts

After attending a SIWI course on Transboundary Water Management (TWM), Jordanian Mai al-Dergham was tasked by her employer, the German… View more

Building a framework for collective action in the management of the transboundary waters in Kaliningrad, Russia; Lithuania and Poland

Pressure from agriculture, fisheries, industries, and the maritime sector have severely compromised the health of the Baltic Sea, with most… View more

Paper: Transboundary Water Management – Who does what, where?

A new paper published by the Swedish Water House analyses the findings from the SIWI Transboundary Water Management database. It… View more

SIWI events at the 2012 World Water Week

The World Water Week in Stockholm is held August 26-31, 2012 (www.worldwaterweek.org). SIWI is convening and co-convening a series of… View more

SIWI at Rio+20 – Key Messages and Sessions

SIWI will take an active part in the Rio+20 summit: Key messages SIWI has prepared a Key Messages document, which… View more

Report: Land acquisitions – How will they impact transboundary waters?

A new exploratory report, Land acquisitions: How will they impact transboundary waters? investigates how the current surge in land acquisitions… View more

Strategic Environmental Assessment as a Tool to Develop Power in Transboundary Water Basin Settings

This paper proposes a generic consultative process for undertaking Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEA) in a transboundary river basin context to… View more

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Addressing Power Asymmetry: How Transboundary Water Management May Serve to Reduce Poverty

Improved transboundary water management (TWM) can bring benefits for poor people living within shared basins. This report explores how power… View more