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“Water is Imperative to Economic and National Security”

Safe drinking water is a human right. By providing safe water we address and prevent many water-borne diseases simultaneously which… View more

Implementing Investments in Built and Natural Infrastructure

The agenda for water resources management is complex. Water managers are asked to make sure water is available in the… View more

In Search of a Valid Water Ticket to the Future

In this article, Professor Malin Falkenmark compares the last 20 year period with foreseeable expectations for the next two 20-year… View more

The EU Water Framework Directive – Aspirations and Lessons Learned

Ten years have passed since the adoption of the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD) -- a law that prescribes steps… View more

American Public Health Champion Receives 2010 Stockholm Water Prize

Dr. Rita Colwell, distinguished Professor from the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health in… View more

Climate Change Adaptation Need Not Be Expensive

With the protracted negotiations over greenhouse gas reductions making little headway, adaptation to the worst impacts of climate changes will… View more

Green Water Use in an Era of Growing Scarcity

Agricultural water use, the primary consumer of freshwater around the globe, is increasingly threatened by climatic stresses and demands from… View more

Capacitating Trustees to Prevent Water Conflicts

After attending a SIWI course on Transboundary Water Management (TWM), Jordanian Mai al-Dergham was tasked by her employer, the German… View more

Elaborating on the Nexus Between Energy and Water

Like energy, water is used in different forms and cuts across most development functions in society. With growing populations and… View more