Environment, Health and Biodiversity
IWMI’s goal is to develop a sustainable approach to water infrastructure that supports economic development and human well-being, and safeguards ecosystem services. We work to combine the best aspects of natural and manufactured water infrastructure to support sustainable, resilient and inclusive development.
To best support environmental health and biodiversity, we work closely with regional and subregional organizations, river basin organizations, government agencies and investors to influence policy and practices around water management and to ensure that women, young people and other marginal groups are included in infrastructure planning and management at national and local scales.
Below is content curated specifically to show the importance of water science in food systems in the area of Environment, Health and Biodiversity.