The three-session event organised by SIWI's Scientific Programme Committee, UNECE, IWMI, and CIWA/the World Bank engaged participants from across the world, discussing inter-sectoral and transboundary cooperation.
New research argues that two critical shifts influenced how and why gender became more visible in natural resource management and governance: the evolution of community collectives and the concept of plurality of institutional arrangements.
Lessons learned from water productivity interventions worldwide have been distilled into a new White Paper which sets out six key principles to guide policy makers’ efforts to strengthen water and food security.
Remote sensing is a powerful tool that can be harnessed to understand and support the development of irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa. But without considering how data are generated and interpreted we risk further marginalizing the interests and needs of the region's smallholder farmers.
Although agriculture remains the biggest threat to biodiversity, experience suggests we can produce more food on less land without overexploiting natural resources and degrading wildlife habitats. We explore five critical factors to ensure agriculture becomes a force for biodiversity conservation.
Millions of people stand to benefit from solar irrigation – but only if it's implemented in ways that are inclusive and environmentally sustainable. A new study proposes a policy and regulation framework that supports both.