Publications in SWEDEN


World Bank
8/21/2018

Half the world away? Fecal sludge and septage treatment in low and middle income countries
Co-authors:  Jan Willem Rosenboom, Sr. Program Officer, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation  Rebecca Gilsdorf, Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist, the World Bank Ruth Kennedy-Walker, Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist, the World Ban

Join WSSCC and Partners at the 2018 World Water Week in Stockholm

From August 26th-30th, the Pacific Institute will share its water expertise at World Water Week 2018 in Stockholm, in its role as co-secretariat of the United Nations Global Compact’s CEO Water Mandate. The CEO Water Mandate is a unique public
EcoWatch
8/20/2018

Hothouse Earth Co-Author Says People Will Look Back on 2018 as the Year When Climate Reality Hit
By Jessica CorbettAmid a flurry of "breathless headlines" about warnings in a new study that outlines a possible "Hothouse Earth" scenario, one co-author optimistically expressed his belief that "people will look back on 2018 as the year when climat
World Bank
8/20/2018

Tackling a crisis of too much, too little, too polluted
“Cape Town counts down to Day Zero as water supply evaporates”   “Flooding and heavy rains rise 50% worldwide in a decade, figures show”   “Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest”   [[tweetableThe wor

The CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project is holding a workshop from 17-18 September in Stockholm, Sweden, that will give participants insight into the innovative work being undertaken in its five project cities. City representatives are invited to come the Swe

VCG via Getty Images hooray for science By Nathanael Johnson Some think nitrogen pollution may be the greatest danger we face. The Stockholm Resilience Center, an organization that examines the largest threats to natural life-support systems, consid
EcoWatch
8/17/2018

Tax Havens Shelter Illegal Fishing and Amazon Deforestation, Study Finds
A first-of-its-kind study published Monday shows that tax havens don't just shelter the wealth of celebrities and large corporations—they also obscure the financial transactions behind environmental destruction. The study, published in Nature Ecolog
3BL Media
8/17/2018

Tork Encourages Companies to “Take Back the Lunch Break” and Bridge the Gap between Employer & Employee Lunch Misperceptions SOURCE: Essity (Formerly SCA) DESCRIPTION: PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 16, 2018 / 3BL Media/  - Tork, an Essity brand, anno
Grist
8/16/2018

Some think nitrogen pollution may be the greatest danger we face. The Stockholm Resilience Center, an organization that examines the largest threats to natural life-support systems, considers our overuse of nitrogen a more extreme risk to life on Ea

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