To combat the spread of COVID-19 and rebuild our economies during and after the pandemic, collective action on water and hygiene is essential.
This virtual five-day conference, organized by the German development cooperation (GIZ), connects relevant stakeholders around key topics on water.
The WASH4Work initiative organized a webinar to discuss the key links between COVID-19, WASH, and the role that businesses can play.
This video introduces key water stewardship concepts and explains why businesses must address water risks to protect their operations.
2019 was a critical year for climate and water. Major events – from hurricanes to droughts and brushfires – highlight that climate’s impacts are being felt now and that the world needs to take action to build resilience while also accelerating action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
UN-Water has designed a survey to learn more about people’s knowledge of water and sanitation and what they think about its communication.
Given the fact that nearly 2.1 billion people still lack access to safe water – we need to ask ourselves whether our water usage is as smart as can be.
El día de hoy, a través de una convocatoria realizada por CESPEDES y The World Environment Center (WEC), apoyados por Dow Chemical, ECOLAB y Coca-Cola FEMSA, se reunieron diferentes empresas del sector privado para compartir iniciativas y mejores prácticas para enfrentar los desafíos en la gestión sostenible del agua.
This year, UN-Water is leading a campaign to raise awareness and drive action in support of universal access to drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH). Mandate endorsers are invited and urged to support this important effort through their own social media challenges.
The Special Rapporteur is gathering information on how mega-projects impact the realization of the human rights to water and sanitation.