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2012 World Water Week puts thought to food

More than one in three people today either suffer from malnourishment, or face health risks from overeating and unbalanced diets.… View more

Stockholm Water Front No. 3 2011

The new World Water Week Special Issue of Stockholm Water Front magazine looks into the new trends, latest thinking and… View more

Acknowledging Grand Achievements at the World Water Week

This years winners are: Prof. Stephen R. Carpenter, the 2011 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate, Ms. Alison Bick received the Stockholm… View more

Brazil – A Drying Amazon Basin

Water is scarce in many parts of the world, but maybe more surprisingly in an area where the Amazon River’s… View more

China – Three Gorges and a Remedy

The Changjiang Water Resources Commission supported by the EU China River Basin Management Program will give a presentation on the… View more

In Honourable Memory of the 1994 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate Dr. Takeshi Kubo

Organising a sewage system for 12 million people might sound like a life-time achievement for many, but for the late… View more

In Honourable Memory of the 2000 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate Kader Asmal

Many in the world associate his name with revolutionary perseverance to end Apartheid in South Africa, with grand scale reform… View more

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

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