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Health and nutrition
 
News Story
28 February 2018
Clean water and sanitation for all with wastewater treatment

Effective wastewater treatment is a prerequisite to prevent exposure of human populations to pathogens and toxic substances. Wastewater is also a potential source of energy and nutrients, and...

Landscape management
 
Blog Post
8 November 2017
Wastewater in forestry?

Using wastewater in forestry combines water re-use and nutrient recycling. This approach can theoretically address water scarcity, help to maintain tree cover and provide multiple ecosystem...

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
 
Event
28 August 2017
Antimicrobial resistance putting sustainable development at risk: Drivers, impacts, solutions

This event is part of the World Water Week 2017. Uncontrolled production and excessive use of antibiotics have significantly promoted the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) which has...

Trade and production
 
Event
27 August 2017
Balancing competing interests and opportunities for better wastewater governance

The water crisis has been described as largely a governance crisis, however the role of wastewater has been overlooked in this discussion. With growing interest in harnessing the potential of...

Landscape management
 
Event
27 August 2017
Irrigating Forests with Wastewater – natural and effective water treatment?

Forests have a pivotal role for sustainable water supply in many ways. In drier climates, wastewater treatment can benefit from forests and forest can benefit from the use of treated wastewater....

Trade and production
 
News Story
9 August 2017
SIANI at the World Water Week 2017!

One can't grow much food without water. In fact, agriculture is the largest consumer of water; Using more than 70% of global freshwater supply, it gives a head start to any other sector. Clearly, water is critical for food production,and we need a lot of it to produce food for the growing population, but we tend to forget that it is an infinite resource.