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Report Cover: The Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Latin America and the Caribbean: Trade-offs, Strategic Priorities and Entry Points

New Report: The Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Latin America and the Caribbean

In Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), water is at the heart of the nexus, underpinning hydropower generation, agricultural production and industry. The LAC region is abundant in water, energy and land resources and these have been harnessed to fuel economic growth across the region. …  

06 May 2015 | News story

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Applications open for European RiverPrize 2015

The International RiverFoundation is now calling for applications for the 2015 IRF European Riverprize - Europe’s most esteemed award for the restoration, protection or sustainable management of rivers and wetlands across the continent. …  

05 May 2015 | News story

Water doesn't follow political boundaries.

Blog from the World Water Forum VI: Count in Nature to Better Share Water

Isabelle Fauconnier, IUCN Water Policy and Sustainability Advisor. As I reflect on the rich sessions of the 7th World Water Forum, I feel at once buoyed by the stimulating challenges that water management offers us, and very curious about how we – the global water community of practice and beyond – will actually tackle these in the coming years. …  

30 Apr 2015 | News story

Increasing urban and agricultural water demands put pressure on groundwater aquifers - Zarqa, Jordan

Blog from the World Water Forum V: Can networking really change anything?

Lara Nassar of IUCN’s Regional Office for West Asia reflects on the power of networking from her experience at the recent 7th World Water Forum. …  

27 Apr 2015 | News story

Water, a scare resource

Blog from the World Water Forum IV: Two global water conventions: so what?

Juancarlos Sanchez, legal Officer at the IUCN Environmental Law Centre. I arrived in Daegu, South Korea, expecting to learn from different countries and regions about the implications of the entry into force of the UN Watercourses Convention and the global opening of the UNECE Water Convention.  …  

23 Apr 2015 | News story

Fishing in floodwaters in Xe Champhone, Lao PDR.

IUCN at the World Water Forum III: What do flowers, a river and accelerating have in common?

In this latest blog post Stefano Barchiesi, Project Officer for IUCN’s Global Water Programme, finds parallels between everyday life and sustainable water management, and reflects on progress. …  

20 Apr 2015 | News story

People riding bicycles over a bridge on the Nam Xong River

Blog from the World Water Forum II: Let’s not talk only about water

Raphaël Glémet, Senior Programme Officer for Water and Wetlands within IUCN’s Asia Regional Office, talks to us about his passion for all things water, and shares his excitement about innovative approaches to transboundary water governance. …  

17 Apr 2015 | News story

Fishing in the Mekong

Blog from the World Water Forum I: Scattered pearls do not make a necklace

Marcello Rocca, Communications Officer for the Water and Wetlands Programme within IUCN’s Central and West Africa office, reports back on his experience of this important event so far.  …  

14 Apr 2015 | News story

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IUCN at the 7th World Water Forum

IUCN is presenting, contributing, and participating in many workshops, seminars and side events at the upcoming 7th World Water Forum, starting on Sunday 12 April in Daegu and Gyeongju, Republic of Korea. A consolidated overview of activities IUCN will be involved in is now available. …  

10 Apr 2015 | News story

Children watch birds on Lake Nakuru National Park - Kenya, Africa

Share your scaling-up success stories and solutions!

IUCN is involved in a session on Scaling-up Impact and Collective Action to Manage and Restore Ecosystems for Water Services and biodiversity at the 7th World Water Forum. …  

26 Mar 2015 | News story

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