Reducing pressures from agriculture is key to improving the status of Europe’s rivers, lakes, transitional, coastal waters and seas as well as groundwater bodies.

This note on water security presents a synopsis of the water security situation for the Greater Horn of Africa (GHoA). It complements the Country Water Sector Profiles (CWSP) of seven nations of the GHoA, including Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, and Uganda.

This chapter introduces the importance of integrating climate change adaptation and disaster risk management principles in the water supply sector. It demonstrates why technical capacity and funding resources in this area should be enhanced to reduce risk.

This paper outlines a new and integrated water storage agenda for resilient development in a world increasingly characterised by water stress and climate uncertainty and variability. This paper argues that water storage should be recognised as a service rather than only a facility.

Agricultural innovation scaling approaches tend to be empirical but do not sufficiently take into account the complex realities of ‘softer elements’ such as people, supply chains, markets, financing mechanisms, policies and regulations, professional knowledge, power relations, incentives and history.

Affidavit on behalf of Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation (MOJS) and Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) regarding groundwater management in India dated 01/02/2021. The applicant (Devidas Khatri) had sought for the quashing of the notification issued by the Ministry of Jal Shakti dated September 24, 2020.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Tribunal on its own motion Vs Govt. of NCT of Delhi & Others dated 22/01/2021 regarding water management in Delhi, including rain water harvesting (RWH), revival of water bodies, use of treated water and control of illegal extraction of groundwater.

Progress report in continuation of earlier report dated December 19, 2020 of the Monitoring Committee constituted by the National Green Tribunal vide order August 30, 2018 in Original Application No. 496/2016 dated 20/01/2021.

The matter related to groundwater recharge in Delhi.

This brief explores the need for water accounting to help governments better plan and manage water resources that are already threatened by the impacts of climate change. Water management policies have profound impacts on all aspects of human settlements.

Groundwater is arguably the most poorly understood water resource in Pakistan a country in which matters of water resources are hotly debated on a regular basis.

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