The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) Swedish Water House (SWH) Cluster Group for Water and Forests started with a mission to highlight the importance of forests and sustainable forest management to securing water resources globally.

The report "Water for Development – Charting a Water Wise Path" is the main input for the 2015 World Water Week and was authored by a range of global experts in the field of water and development.

Ethiopia is one of the poorest countries in the world. Significant measures are taken on all levels to changes this fact. With a growing population, expanding economy and booming industry development important steps are taken to lift the country towards a more stable and secure economy.

India’s energy situation is marked by deficits, coal imports, a national grid that collapsed in 2012, and efforts to develop renewable sources. Acknowledging that 400 million people lack access to electricity, the government is obliged to endeavour to provide electricity to all parts of the country.

The report provides input into the discussions at the 2014 World Water Week in Stockholm, which is held under the theme of Energy and Water. Through six chapters authored by leading thinkers in the field, it presents analysis and diverse perspectives on some of the key opportunities and challenges facing the energy and water communities.

Swedish companies are often regarded as global leaders when it comes to responsible and sustainable business practices. This scoping study seeks to uncover the level of awareness on the Swedish companies in managing water-related risks. The scoping study is conducted with 13 of the largest Swedish companies listed at Nasdaq OMX.

This paper explores the potential role of spatial planning in support of more coherent governance of water resources. Water resources throughout the continuum from land to the coast are being degraded with impacts on life supporting ecosystems, including the high seas.

The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) has released a report, titled 'Cooperation for a Water Wise World: Partnerships for Sustainable Development.' The report will serve as an input to World Water Week, taking place from 1-6 September 2013, in Stockholm, Sweden, on the same theme.

This new report released by Stockholm International Water Institute shows how continuing current trends in food production could lead to increased shortages and intense competition for scarce water resources in many regions across the world.

The report, “The Water and Food Nexus: Trends and Development of the Research Landscape” analysed the major trends in water and food-related article output at international, national and institutional levels.