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Water Security: Time to Talk Across Sectors

Water security is a key element of human security, together with food security, energy security, health security, economic security, and… View more

Learning to Share Water – TWM International Training Programmes

With over 263 water basins shared by countries worldwide, cooperating over water is not an option, it is necessity. And… View more

Overeating, Hunger and Waste: Recipe for Worsening Food and Water Crises

The world population has increased 50 percent over the last half century alone. That is a staggering 3 billion more… View more

Peak Water – Era of Sharpening Water Shortages

A new concept, “"peak water"” has emerged. It indicates that the era of easy access to blue water is coming… View more


Stockholm Water Front No. 3-4 2008

Expanding water pollution, depleted river streamflow, overdrawn groundwater, water usability threatened by salinisation, and water for ecosystems is sinking below… View more

Improved Sanitation and Hygiene

By now we all know the grim reality – that over 40 percent of the global population of 2.5 billion… View more


Stockholm Water Front No. 2 2008

The Tibetan Plateau and the entire Himalayan region in which it stands is perhaps the world’s most vulnerable area to… View more

Virtual Water: Real Challenges Remain

The concept of virtual water will continue to be relevant for a long time. Looking forward Prof. Allan, author and… View more

“Virtual Water” Innovator Awarded 2008 Stockholm Water Prize

Professor John Anthony Allan from King’s Collage London and the School of Oriental and African Studies has been named the… View more