World Water Day 2020 in Latin America and the Caribbean
Presentation of the World Water Development Report 2020 Water and climate change Activities of the Intergovernmental Hydrological Program in Latin America and the Caribbean
Water experts exchange experiences to face the challenges of climate change
Given the circumstances and challenges under we have to live at the beginning of a new decade the work of specialized scientists becomes more critical and important than ever Understanding their work helps us to better comprehend our own reality
Webinar: Management tools for the water sector in Latin America and the Caribbean facing COVID-19
Photo Tlalpizaco Ajayacán México Courtesy of the National Water Commission México
Over 15.000 Judicial Operators will be trained on Freedom of Expression, Access to Public Information and the Safety of Journalists!
On 20 April 2020 the MOOC on freedom of expression access to public information and the protection of journalists for judicial officers begins
Tips to face disinformation
UNESCO proposes to collectively adopt a responsible attitude towards the reproduction of unverified content circulating on social networks
Disinformation: a silent weapon in times of pandemic
UNESCO and UNDP join forces to promote verified information against COVID 19
A new issue of AquaLAC scientific journal is available online!
The scientific journal AquaLAC contains articles technical notes and reviews on water resource management from a multidisciplinary approach
Waters of Latin America and the Caribbean: contributions in times of COVID-19
Adequate integrated water resource management is one of the most powerful tools to ensure the supply of drinking water and wastewater treatment In a pandemic situation it will significantly prevent the spread of the disease