The Lancet Global Health, Volume 11, September 2023

This Comment article supports SDG 3, 6, and 16 by referencing the damage to crucial water and sanitation infrastructure due to the armed conflict in Sudan, thus increasing the likelihood of diarrhoeal disease.
This chapter aligns with goals 6 and 9 by highlighting improved sustainability practices in terms of preparation, lifecycle, and application of bionanocomposites, including their application in wastewater remediation, biomedicine, and agriculture.

Manzoor Qadir, Christopher A. Scott, Trade-offs of wastewater irrigation, Editor(s): Michael J. Goss, Margaret Oliver, Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment (Second Edition), Academic Press, 2023, Pages 277-287, ISBN 9780323951333, https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-822974-3.00018-5.

This chapter aligns with Goal 11 and 6 by analysing the use of wastewater for irrigation, balancing positive outcomes and trade-offs. There is a large variation between developed and developing countries as well as among countries within different economic groups regarding safe management of wastewater.
This study supports SDGs 3 and 6 by showing that areas with better access to drinking water and sanitation had a lower abundance of antibiotic resistance genes, suggesting that increasing access to water and sanitation could effectively reduce the spread of antibiotic resistance in low-income and middle-income countries
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World Toilet Day 2024: Making Every Flush Count for Sustainable Development

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RELX Environmental Challenge 2023: five shortlisted projects to bring safe water and sanitation to communities around the world

World Environment Day 2025: The Journey to a Greener Future

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Recognising our customers' exceptional work to achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals
Water is a dwindling natural resource, and potable water is wrongly considered an unlimited resource. This review seeks to support policymakers in making informed decisions about water use, avoiding wasting, and finding solutions that may be planet friendly and patient friendly in dialysis, especially in hemodialysis treatments.
This study analysis four wetland technologies for treating greywater according to regulatory standards.