Bimonthly Publications Review by the UN-Water Decade Programme on Advocacy and Communication (UNW-DPAC)


All publications presented here in alphabetical order are freely accessible from the web :
01 Achieving Financial Sustainability and Recovering Costs in Bank Financed Water Supply and Sanitation and Irrigation Projects
02 Caspian Sea. State of Environment 2011
03 Climate change vulnerability and human mobility: Perspectives of refugees from the East and Horn of Africa
04 Fresh Water for the future. A synopsis of UNEP activities in water
05 From Rio to Rio. A 20-year Journey to Green the World’s Economies
06 GEO5 Global Environment Outlook 5. Chapter 4 Water
07 Global costs and benefits of drinking-water supply and sanitation interventions to reach the MDG target and universal coverage
08 Good Practices in Urban Water Management: Decoding Good Practices for a Successful Future
09 Grow in Concert with Nature. Sustaining East Asia’s Water Resources through Green Water Defense
10 Inclusive Wealth Report 2012. Measuring progress toward sustainability
11 Indonesia Water Investment Roadmap 2011-2014
12 International Waters. Delivering Results
13 Managing Natural World Heritage
14 Managing the Invisible: Understanding and Improving Groundwater Governance
15 (The) Millennium Development Goals Report 2012
16 On the right track. Good practices in realising the rights to water and sanitation
17 Pharmaceuticals in drinking water
18 Pneumonia and diarrhoea. Tackling the deadliest diseases for the world’s poorest children
19 Policy and Sector Reform to Accelerate Access to Improved Rural Sanitation
20 Promoting Beneficial Sewage Sludge Utilization in the People's Republic of China
21 Reaching across the waters. Facing the Risks of Cooperation in International Waters
22 (The) Role of Hydrometeorological Services in Disaster Risk Management
23 (The) State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012
24 Status Report on the application of integrated approaches to water resources management 2012
25 Water Hackaton. Lessons Learned
26 What Does It Take to Scale Up Rural Sanitation?