WWAP Special Reports

Ces rapports fournissent des aperçus détaillés de questions ou de thèmes spécifiques relatifs à l'eau dans le monde. Ils peuvent également mettre en évidence des éléments du rapport qui sont pertinents pour un groupe spécifique de lecteurs.

 

  • Water Insights

    © UNESCO 2017
    Suggested citation: Dirk-Jan Kok (TU Delft), Angela Renata Cordeiro Ortigara (WWAP) and Pay Drechsel (IWMI). 2017. Why (not) to recover phosphors from wastewater?. WWAP. Paris, UNESCO.

    Download - Technical paper: Why (not) recover phosphorus recovery

    Migration and its interdependencies with water scarcity, gender and youth employment

    © UNESCO 2017

    Suggested citation: Miletto, M., Caretta, M. A., Burchi, F. M. and Zanlucchi, G. 2017. Migration and its interdependencies with water scarcity, gender and youth employment. WWAP. Paris, UNESCO.

    Download- Technical Paper: Migration and its interdependencies with water scarcity, gender and youth employment [PDF - 3.1 MB]

     

     

     

    Transboundary Water Governance and Climate Change Adaption

    © UNESCO 2015

    Suggested citation: Rieu-Clarke, A., Moynihan, A. and Magsig, B.-O. 2015. Transboundary water governance and climate change adaptation: International law, policy guidelines and best practice application. WWAP. Paris, UNESCO.

    Download- Technical Paper: 'Transboundary Water Governance and Climate Change Adaptation - International law, policy guidelines and best practice application' [PDF - 1.60 MB]

    Green Accounting and Data Improvement for Water Resources

    © UNESCO-WWAP 2012

    This working paper  has been prepared for the session ‘Green Accounting and Data Improvement: Critical Tools for Informed Decision Making and Sustainable Growth’ at World Water Forum 6, Marseille, 13 March 2012.

    Download- Working Paper: 'Green accounting and Data Improvement: Critical Tools for Informed Decision Making and Sustainable Growth' [PDF - 616 KB]

  • Climate Change and Water

    November 2009, Joana Talafre and Friederike Knabe

    This special report brings together messages on water and climate change from the WWDR3 Water in a Changing World. The WWDR3 shows that changes in our water resources are shaped to a great extent by a number of key externalities, among them climate change, and that decisions taken far from the conventionally defined water sector have a tremendous influence on water resources and how they are used or misused.

    Download - Special Report: "Climate Change and Water: An overview from the UN World Water Development Report 3, Water in a Changing World" [PDF - 2.73 MB]

  • Water – the blue web that unites us

    July 2009, by James Winpenny 

    Based on the finding of the WWDR-3, this concept paper was prepared as a contribution to the participatory process for the G8 Summit held in July 2009 in Italy. The paper proposes actions in the following seven areas: making water policies more coherent; adapting water to climate change; recognizing water as an international and a global issue; putting water on sound financial footing; taking into account information, evidence and image; considering points particularly relevant to sustainable, self-reliant development in Africa; and the potential role for UN-Water and the World Water Assessment Programme.

    Download - Special Report: "Water – the blue web that unites us" [PDF - 1.84 MB]

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