This report is intended to interest civil society and government actors in the global WASH sector who are keen on strengthening gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) within, and as a means of achieving, climate-resilient WASH programming.
This paper’s objective is to inform practitioners of Building with Nature about the concepts of uncertainty and how to use this as a strength in the dialogue to come to sustainable solutions for coping with future global change related uncertainties.
Stretched beyond their lifespans by overdevelopment and population growth, these so-called combined sewer systems altogether spilled 850 billion gallons of raw sewage into the open waters in 2004 alone, the last time the federal government estimated it.
The objective of this research is to generate a drought vulnerability map with an emphasis on the severity and probability of drought occurrence and to propose adaption measures based on groundwater sector impact chain analysis.
Whilst the tense COP26 climate negotiations closed with a compromise deal only a few weeks ago, the urgent need for action is indisputable. It is, essential for governments and businesses to focus action on reducing emissions.