Water is a scarce but essential resource. Providing enough fresh water for a growing population and for increasing industrial production is a critical issue in many countries. At the same time, climate change is affecting global rainfall patterns and water distribution. It is projected that global water demand will outstrip supply in 2030. Consequently, it becomes even more important to protect the natural water resources.
An integrated water resource management approach aims at securing water for all sectors, conserving water in a sustainable way and protecting water resources from pollution. Efficient methods for mapping and managing the available resources are also part of the solution. The volume of groundwater on earth is approximately 100 times larger than fresh surface water and it makes sense to use this source of high quality water.
Less talk, more action: Copenhagen to welcome broad coalition of actors for global green growth summit
In just a few days, the Danish capital will host the P4G Copenhagen Summit. The two-day event gathers a diverse group consisting of government leaders, international organisations, businesses, academia, and civil society with the aim of creating partnerships that will accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals.
Danish corporations and organisations selected to lead sustainable development partnerships in Africa, Asia and Latin America
In a global competition to identify and incubate innovative public-private partnerships for sustainable development, Danish organisations and corporations were among six of the 24 selected finalists. The partnership projects include innovative approaches for providing water and more nutritious and affordable food to people living in refugee camps in Africa, improving energy efficiency in buildings and data centers in Asia and Latin America, as well as helping Vietnam improve its water infrastructure system.
Meeting the rising demand for water in the Danish capital
The challenge Water is a scarce but essential resource. Providing enough fresh water for a growing population and for increasing industrial production is a critical issue in many countries. At the same time, climate change is affecting global rainfall patterns and water distribution. It is projected that global water demand will outstrip supply in 2030. […]
Pioneering collaboration between American top university and Danish companies on groundwater
Researchers from Stanford University in California and Danish groundwater companies have signed a collaboration agreement to develop Danish water technology solutions further and apply these in California’s new groundwater programme.
Greater water security with groundwater
Climate change is affecting global rainfall patterns and water distribution. Since there is approximately 100 times more groundwater on Earth than fresh surface water, it makes sense to exploit groundwater as a source of water. The aim of this white paper is to share some of Denmark’s technologies, tools and methods for groundwater mapping and hydrogeological modelling.
Unlocking the potential of wastewater
On a global scale, less than half of all wastewater is collected and less than one fifth is treated. This and the threat of water scarcity underline the need for more efficient and smarter wastewater treatment across the world. This white paper provides lessons learned from Danish stakeholders within wastewater treatment.
An integrated management approach for water security in all sectors
The exploitation of freshwater resources, population growth and the impacts of climate change calls for water management based on sound knowledge and sustainable practices. This White Paper covers the Danish approach to Integrated Water Resource Management and addresses complex water challenges.