Access to safe water and sanitation has been recognized as both a human rights under international law and an important objective for the international community through its inclusion in the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Equitable access to water contributes to the achievement of key objectives, including gender equality, climate resilience, and peace and security.
Of: Sara Lannebo
When Chile's newly elected president Gabriel Boric takes office in March 2022, he will take over a changing country. Chile has been plagued by a decade of drought and the issue of water management is high on the agenda when the country's constitution is rewritten. But there is a difficult balance between promoting the economic interests of companies and reducing inequality in the country.
February 22, 2022, Report
Crises and conflicts in the Middle East seem to have an almost permanent place in Swedish as well as international media reporting. What is rarely mentioned is the effect that water scarcity exacerbated by climate change has and will continue to have on the region's countries and any conflicts that may erupt as a result of the water issue in the future.
November 3, 2021, Analysis