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The Water Action Hub catalogs sustainability projects around the world focused on a wide variety of topics and SDGs. Each project is affiliated with one or more organizations. Use the map and filters below to find and connect to projects relevant to your organization.


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This carbon offset project provides renewable energy in one of the poorest provinces of Vietnam. The construction of a mini hydropower plant supplies clean electricity to the national grid. The activity reduces the consumption of energy produced by coal, gas … Learn More

Implementation of specific pilot measures in the Indian cities of Kochi (Kerala), Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu) and Bhubaneshwar (Orissa) to anchor climate-friendly solutions in urban management in the areas of urban green planning, “green buildings“ (=improvement of climate and environmental impacts … Learn More

One of the World's Largest single location solar power project was commissioned by the Adani Group at Kamuthi, in Tamil Nadu, with an investment of around INR 45.5 billion. It spans a vast area of 2,500 acres, equivalent to about … Learn More

UNDP Project Overview The "Scaling up Climate Resilient Water Management Practices for Vulnerable Communities in La Mojana, Colombia" aims to benefit more than 400,000 people, who will participate in strengthening water management, early warning systems and creating livelihoods resilient to … Learn More

India's largest single-location HSAT based solar power project Adani’s Solar PV plant in Bathinda is India’s largest single-axis tracker-based solar PV project. Spread over 641 acres of land, the plant features power evacuation through 132 kV double circuit transmission lines … Learn More

Solaklar Landfill Area, in the Kocaeli Province, Turkey, covers 3 million square meters, Solaklar Landfill is the largest in the municipality and accepts an average of 570 tonnes of municipal waste each day. This landfill gas recovery and utilization project … Learn More

The Sustainable Community Forestry Programme supports projects in Africa that : Conserve, restore and protect indigenous forest resources, habitats and associated biodiversity Support community-led natural resource management and regeneration to promote reforestation Improve nutrition, food security and local livelihoods through … Learn More

The Waste Energy Recovery Co-Generation Project is the first ever Verified Carbon Standard project in South Korea and consists of a 400 megawatt co-generation plant at Hyundai Steel. The Project essentially utilizes surplus waste gases to generate electricity and steam. … Learn More

The Gunung Leuser ecosystem on Sumatra is one of the largest carbon sinks in Asia. It possesses a stunning amount of biodiversity and is also a vital water catchment area for millions of people. However, the region is currently being … Learn More

Project Overview As with many small island developing states, the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) has had little if anything to do with causing global climate change, but is left to now cope with the consequences. The country faces … Learn More