Category Archives: Water Cooperation

Setting a goal is just the beginning: Improving measurability of the SDG indicators

By Elizabeth Frödén, Masters Student in Hydrology, Hydrogeology, and Water Resources, Stockholm University. Elizabeth was an intern with GWP from April to June 2018, working with the knowledge management and communications departments. When the UN first introduced the Sustainable Development … Continue reading

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Invest in the Future!

Helene Komlos Grill, Senior Communications Officer at the Global Water Partnership, attended the Budapest Water Summit 8-11 October 2013. These are her reflections about the Summit. “Close your eyes and listen”, my colleague Dr Danka Thalmeinerova, GWP Senior Knowledge Management … Continue reading

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Cooperation – the key to future water management

Demand for access to ever-scarcer resources such as fresh water often creates conflict. But this need not be the case, with effective communication and cooperation so often providing vital steps in unlocking water’s potential for supporting life, livelihoods and development … Continue reading

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UNECE Water Convention a Foundation for Water Cooperation

Dr. Danka Thalmeinerova, GWP’s Knowledge Management Officer, wrote this blog after attending a meeting on September 3-4, 2012, hosted by Finland, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Convention on the Protection and … Continue reading

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