‘We need to connect the water agenda with the agenda on climate change’
With the world not being on track to meet Sustainable Development Goal 6 on water by 2030 Anil Mishra Chief of Hydrological Systems Climate Change and Adaptation in UNESCOs Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme explains in this interview how UNESCO will be contributing to the midterm review from 22 to 24 March 2023 of implementation of the International Decade for Action on Water for Sustainable Development to 2028
Launch of the Italian translation of the UN World Water Development Report 2022
The translation of the United Nations World Water Development Report 2022 in Italian was presented on 22 March on occasion of World Water Day
Cat VII – Seminar and training
Boosting knowledge to assess climate risk for water security in Latin America and the Caribbean
New report: Is the solution to water crises hiding right under our feet?
Groundwater accounts for 99 of all liquid freshwater on Earth However this natural resource is often poorly understood and consequently undervalued mismanaged and even abused According to the latest edition of the United Nations World Water Development Report published by UNESCO the vast potential of groundwater and the need to manage it sustainably can no longer be overlooked
One in five countries has received technical assistance from UNESCO since 2018 in managing their ‘blue gold’
An overview of the work of UNESCOs Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme over the past 5 years
Interview with Emanuela Gregorio, Economist and Coordinator of Fashionomics Africa
Partner of the Biennale of Luanda Fashionomics Africa is an initiative of the African Development Bank that aims to increase Africas participation in the global textile and fashion industry value chain
Ethical fashion: A rising trend or empty rhetoric?
Driven by the awareness of a growing number of consumers the fashion industry is trying with varying degrees of sincerity to be more virtuous and more sustainable But in spite of initiatives to improve recycling promote exchanges and the range of rental options on offer progress to make this highly polluting sector go green remains modest