GWP provides technical leadership for water resources management. Material can be downloaded from the website or ordered in hard copy via our web shop. More publications can be found here.
The GWP Technical Committee publishes papers and policy material on water resources management.
Background Papers on water resources management in various languages, written by the GWP Technical Committee.
Information about water resources management for policy makers, written by the GWP Technical Committee.
Technical knowledge about water resources management, written by the GWP Technical Committee.
Catalyzing Change Handbook
This handbook seeks to provide knowledge on the WSSD action target. Strategies should catalyze action, not retard it.
GWP publishes Perspectives Papers to contribute to discussions on important issues related to water and development. We welcome responses to these occasional papers.
Technical Focus Paper
Technical knowledge and experiences generated by GWP knowledge partners and Regional/Country Water Partnerships.
The links above will take you to the GWP ToolBox website, an online database of how an integrated approach to water resources management is being implemented around the globe.
Other GWP Publications.
Water, Climate and Development Programme (WACDEP) resources.
Fostering cooperation on transboundary waters (SDC)
Trees, forests and water: Cool insights for a hot world (Elsevier)
Meeting future demand for drinking water supply in Dar es Salaam (iied)
Water Security in Peri-urban South Asia: Adapting to Climate Change and Urbanization, by Vishal Narain and Anjal Prakash
Sustainable Food Systems: The Role of the City (UCL Press)
Water and Hazards - Issue 49 (ICIMOD)
The Multi-track Water Diplomacy Framework (The Hague Institute for Global Justice)
7th RWSN Forum “Water for Everyone” - paper on sand storage dams in arid and semi-arid areas
The world’s water quality: A pre-study for a worldwide assessment (UNEP)
Water, Megacities and Global Change (UNESCO, ARCEAU-IdF)
Water accounting and auditing - A sourcebook (FAO)
Promoting the monitoring of Sustainable Development Goal 6 (UNESCO-IHE)
Fostering the use of rainwater for small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa (AFRHINET)
Sanitation, Wastewater Management and Sustainability: from Waste Disposal to Resource Recovery (SEI)
The Windhoek Declaration for Enhancing Resilience to Drought in Africa
Water and Climate Diplomacy: Integrative Approaches for Adaptive Action in Transboundary River Basins (adelphi)
Ecosystem Functions and Services in IWRM (Cap-Net UNDP)
Reforming Economic Instruments for Water Resources Management in Kyrgyzstan (OECD)
Aquatic Procedia - At the Confluence 2015 (ScienceDirect)
Income-enabling, Not Consumptive: Association of Household Socio-economic Conditions with Safe Water and Sanitation (Water.org)
The Cost of Irrigation Water in the Jordan Valley (World Bank)
Rainwater Harvesting in Thailand: Learning from the World Champions (RWSN)
High and Dry: Climate Change, Water, and the Economy (World Bank)
Act now on wetlands for Agenda 2030 (Wetlands International)
Options for Decoupling Economic Growth from Water Use and Water Pollution (UNEP)
Gender, agriculture and water insecurity (ODI Insights)
Determinants of Customer Payment Behaviours in the Urban Water Sector (University of Oxford)
Earth Observation for Water Resources Management: Current Use and Future Opportunities for the Water Sector (World Bank)
Transboundary Water Cooperation and the SDGs (UNESCO)
Transitioning to groundwater irrigated intensified agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa: An indicator based assessment (ZALF, CIMMYT, FSE)
Secure and Sustainable Energy in a Water-Constrained World (IASS)
Exploring the Concept of Water Tenure (FAO)
Water Governance in Cities (OECD)
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