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Phosphorus: Approaching Fundamental Limits?

Professor Stephen R. Carpenter of the University of Wisconsin-Madison was named the 2011 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for his outstanding… View more

Strategic Environmental Assessment as a Tool to Develop Power in Transboundary Water Basin Settings

This paper proposes a generic consultative process for undertaking Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEA) in a transboundary river basin context to… View more

Accounting for water scarcity and pollution in the rules of international trade

A publication from UNESCO-IHE, the University of Twente and Delft University of Technology, Accounting for water scarcity and pollution in… View more

Issues and Solutions to Diffuse Pollution

Book of selected papers from the 14th International Conference of the IWA Diffuse Pollution Specialist Group (DIPCON 2010) held in… View more

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Addressing Power Asymmetry: How Transboundary Water Management May Serve to Reduce Poverty

Improved transboundary water management (TWM) can bring benefits for poor people living within shared basins. This report explores how power… View more

South Sudan – At the Nile’s Hydropolitical Crossroads

On the 9th of July, 2011 the Republic of South Sudan became the newest country in the world and the… View more


Stockholm Water Front No. 2 2011

In this issue of the quarterly Stockholm Water Front, an exclusive editorial contribution by the Stockholm Water Prize Laureate Stephen… View more

California – Balancing regional sustainability and imported

Water leaders in Southern California (and the San Francisco Bay Area) will be increasingly challenged to implement a new state… View more