• Water-related crises around the world show that current systems of water management are unsuited for a world altered by global warming.
  • Water-use restrictions, power cuts and other stopgap measures are no longer fit for purpose.
  • The task now is to understand the links between water, climate change and biodiversity loss, and to properly govern water as a global common good.

La Agencia de Regulación y Control del Agua (ARCA) con el objetivo

Aquaknow GIS TOOL

The Aquaknow7 GIS Tool is a new piece of software developed within Aquaknow to allow users to perform Spatial and Temporal analysis over water sampling points.



EMS Tool

EMS Tool: Environmental Monitoring System


Atelier technique Exploitation des eaux souterraines dans le bassin du fleuve Senegal:

Implantation, techniques et entretien des forages d’eau

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10 Février 9h30-12h30 et 11 Février 2022 9h30-12h30 (Dakar Time)

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This report summarizes the main findings of the different activities that the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission and the different partner institutions are conducting within the framework of the Water Energy Food Ecosystem nexus analysis in sub-Saharan Africa.

Projet WEFE-SENEGAL - Atelier Technique e-NEXUS - module Opti-Bioénergie - Aide a la Decision

Dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre du Projet «Appui à la gestion des ressources en eau et du Nexus Eau-Energie-Agriculture dans le bassin du fleuve Sénégal» dénommé «WEFE-SENEGAL», il a été prévu le développement d'un module d'analyse du potentiel bioénergétique des résidus de cultures dans le bassin en utilisant un model bioénergétique  a la petite échelle et son intégration dans un système d’information appelé e-NEXUS SENEGAL.

Ninth session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Water Convention.


More effective cross-sectoral “nexus” cooperation would improve the sustainable management of natural

This paper analyzes the status of legal regulation of emerging contaminants in water sources in Mexico. To this end, its relevance is debated in the context of the constitutional obligations assumed regarding the human right to water and sanitation (HRWS). The international instruments are reviewed and a brief general balance is prepared that allows us to reflect on the legal vacuum of this topic in Mexico.