This guidance highlights the key issues, benchmarks, and standards in four main areas of environmental management in mining—water, biodiversity, waste management, and emergency preparedness and response—and governments' role in ensuring that each is managed in support of sustainable development.

Access to sufficient and clean freshwater is essential for all life. Water is also essential for food system functioning: as a key input into food production, but also in processing and preparation, and as a food itself. Water scarcity and pollution are growing, affecting poorer populations, particularly food producers.

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) launches a new Water Report “Guidance on realizing real water savings with crop water productivity interventions”, that includes clear and practical guidelines on how to implement ‘real’ water savings in agriculture through interventions for enhancing crop water productivity.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Haider Ali Vs Union of India & Others dated 15/04/2021.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Manoj Mishra Vs Union of India & Others dated 26/03/2021 This application has been filed by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) in a decided matter against the Delhi Jal Board (DJB).

Improved management of water and sanitation services is fundamental not only for climate change adaptation but also for mitigation – and collaboration plays a major role in this.

This report proposes solutions for efficiently implementing the existing schemes and measures that would assist in the greater adoption of sustainable water-use management practices amongst small and marginal famers, and other stakeholders in the agriculture sector.

This Report provides an overview of the technical and design considerations of water-sensitive technologies for urban informal settlements with a core design goal to reduce exposure of residents to faecal contamination.

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.