The report contains the findings of the 2020 global reporting and monitoring exercise on SDG indicator 6.5.1 – the degree of implementation of integrated water resources management (IWRM).
This report assesses the progress made on IWRM implementation in the Asia-Pacific region since the baseline reporting round in 2017, based on the national consultations held last year to assess the implementation of SDG 6.5.1.
The report presents the status of IWRM implementation in Central America, based on the national reporting on SDG indicator 6.5.1 realized over the course of 2020.
We asked Stuart Crane, a freshwater expert with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), to explain UNEP’s work on the three SDG indicators under UNEP’s custodianship.
UNEP-DHI has supported Cap-Net in preparation of a free introductory course on Water Pollution Management.
The course, designed for a range of water sector professionals and stakeholders, aims to create better understanding of the main drivers and impacts of water pollution, the role of ecosystems in managing water quality and strategic planning for pollution prevention and management.
Mainstreaming of Climate Change Adaptation into the Sub-National Development Planning in Cambodia (2013) Download Share this report Share on linkedin Share on email Share on
Water is the primary medium through which we suffer from the impacts of climate change, and IWRM can play a crucial role in how the world can adapt to climate change and reduce its effects
This report is based on data submitted by 51 African countries responding to the global survey to on SDG indicator 6.5.1 on the degree of implementation of integrated water resources management
This report presents the global baseline results on Sustainable Development Goal indicator 6.5.1, on the degree of implementation of integrated water resources management (IWRM).
This publication is designed to raise awareness on the multiple benefits of nature-based solutions.