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[Water] Sick water? The central role of wastewater management in sustainable development

by | 06-09-2011 17:45 Comments 33 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations



Sick water? The central role of wastewater management in sustainable development Sick water? The central role of wastewater management in sustainable development
With global action and positive momentum towards improving access to safe water and sanitation, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the UN Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT), and the UN Secretary General?s Advisory Board on Water and Sanitation (UNSGAB), in partnership with the members of UN Water have collaborated to bring together their collective experience and expertise to bear on the challenges posed by illegal and unregulated wastewater.

"Sick water? The central role of wastewater management in sustainable development" not only identifies the threats to human and ecological health and the consequences of inaction, but also presents opportunities, where appropriate policy and management responses over the short and longer term can trigger employment, support livelihoods, boost public and ecosystem health and contribute to more intelligent water management.

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33 Comments

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  • Amy Lim says :
    Thanks for sharing !
    Posted 25-06-2018 20:55

  • Chaei Lim says :
    Thanks for sharing !
    Posted 03-06-2018 22:23

  • says :
    Great one, thanks for sharing.
    Posted 25-11-2017 10:50

  • says :
    this is really a very sick problem i hope all government will take step....
    Posted 11-01-2015 22:34

  • says :
    Well , thats totally true
    Posted 30-11-2014 06:51

  • says :
    true, thanks for sharing!
    Posted 28-11-2014 19:42

  • says :
    Sick Water? Interesting topic with acceptable truths. Educative piece of work, well delivered.
    Abel A.
    Posted 28-11-2014 16:52

  • says :
    Sick Water? Interesting topic with acceptable truths. Educative piece of work, well delivered.
    Abel A.
    Posted 28-11-2014 16:45 Delete

  • says :
    It's true!
    Posted 25-11-2014 18:04

  • says :
    very true
    Posted 16-11-2014 16:56

  • says :
    Thank you for sharing. Do you have any link to this journal
    Posted 14-11-2014 14:52

  • says :
    good to know really water is valuable.
    Posted 21-10-2014 16:18

  • says :
    thanks for sending
    Posted 21-10-2014 16:17

  • says :
    Good book! This reminds me of a case study we studied in class about Boston Harbor. Also I really like the case studies they put in the side panels and when they talk about environmental policy.
    Posted 22-07-2014 21:14

  • says :
    liked your try
    Posted 31-12-2013 00:14

  • says :
    thanks for sharing
    Posted 30-12-2013 02:55

  • says :
    learned many things
    Posted 30-12-2013 02:38

  • says :
    very much true
    Posted 29-12-2013 18:56

  • says :
    very very true
    Posted 27-12-2013 22:30

  • says :
    thanks for sharing
    Posted 27-12-2013 02:12

  • says :
    Thanks for sharing
    Posted 17-12-2013 19:39

  • says :
    thanks for sharing
    Posted 15-12-2013 00:23

  • says :
    Nice one! :D
    Posted 21-11-2013 23:31

  • says :
    we should not waste water

    Posted 08-11-2013 00:01

  • says :
    true!, thanks for sharing
    Posted 31-08-2013 04:21

  • says :
    thanks for sharing!
    Posted 31-07-2013 14:50

  • says :
    waste water is a great problem indeed!
    Posted 21-07-2013 22:59

  • says :
    very true!
    Posted 20-07-2013 02:09

  • says :
    Thanks for sharing
    Posted 16-07-2013 22:26

  • says :
    Very true. Some retrieval is anyway valuable.
    Posted 17-06-2013 01:34

Rohan Kapur

  • Rohan Kapur says :
    In UAE the authorities do excellent waste water management by watering the landscapes by treated sewerage water.
    Posted 17-06-2013 00:34

Aaditya Singh

  • Aaditya Singh says :
    Water is a valuable resource and needs to be recovered as much as possible.
    Posted 10-05-2013 23:44

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