Water is critical to sustainable socioeconomic development, sound ecosystems, and for human survival. When responsibly managed, it becomes a vital tool for disease prevention and the overall reduction of global public health and welfare crises.
As a finite resource, water's fundamental role in our modern systems has to be seen and understood by all. It only becomes a renewable resource through sustainable, science-led management. This means realigning institutions' management of water to improve the transparency between the social, political and economic variables that influence its demand, consumption, and treatment.
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SDG Accord Report 2022 - Case Studies
Launch of the second annual SDG report; ‘Progress towards the Global Goals in the University and College sector'.
We recognise that as an SDG Accord signatory, institutions have great stories to tell on how SDGs are being integrated within their community. As part of the institutional SDG...
The aims of the project were to: establish a baseline for the existing attitudes, opinions and actions of pupils, and their families, regarding water use; educate children about...