Reshaping and Making Decentralized Wastewater Management Sustainable

COVID19 is taking us on an emotional journey, and while we wait for the effectiveness of

Plight of Private Desludgers – A case study of Aya Nagar, New Delhi

There are a number of urban villages in the periphery of Delhi, which were developed on

Overview of Water governance in Asia and the Pacific with a Lens on Water Security

Water security is expected to be a major challenge for the Asia – Pacific region due

Scarcity for Whom? Tracing the History of Groundwater Use and Inequality in Gujarat, India

Water scarcity is one of the most pressing problems affecting the well-being of humankind in the

Water in Syria: War, Drought and Ineffective Policies

Although I grew up in a small village on the border of the Syrian Desert, it

Nature-based Solutions for Water Management in Latin America and the Caribbean

This op-ed is based on the presentation given at the High-Level Event: Water and Beyond –

Ports and Nature-based Solutions: An Overview of 12+1 Financial Instruments

A variety of nature-based and other sustainable solutions are currently available and suitable for application in

Water, Slums and Human Rights – Can Improved Integrity Make a Difference?

Over a billion people live in slums across the globe. Since 2000, the slum population has

The Value of Water in Ger Areas of Ulaanbaatar

"Poverty is not just a lack of money. It is not having the capability to realize

A Novel Method to Measure Corruption in Urban Water and Sanitation

Is corruption a real threat for water and sanitation services in our city? Is the situation

A Question of Trust

The world of water resources is of substantial political relevance. Ensuring that water is available where

Webinar: Water Scarcity and Migration

Water Science Policy has jump-started its webinar series with the Water Scarcity and Migration session. Over

What Can Nature-based Solutions Learn from Twenty Years of Water Fund Development?

Nature-based solutions (NbS) are being touted as a key weapon in the fight against climate change,

South America and the Living Principle of Equitable and Reasonable Uses of International Watercourses

The Principle of Equitable and Reasonable Uses of International Watercourses is the core principle of the

COVID-19 as an Opportunity to Invest in WASH

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the globe, a frequent prevention message heard everywhere is

The Conflicted Nile Basin: Future Challenges and the Way Out

The conflict in the Nile basin over the construction of the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)

Water as Leverage for Sustainable Actions by and for All

Water and climate change are directly linked. We know this by default and from disasters. The

The Farakka Fulcrum of Indo-Bangladesh Hydro-diplomacy

Bangladesh and India share 54 rivers including the Ganga, Brahmaputra and Meghna (together known as the

Water Law and the 2020 U.S. Election

The 2020 U.S. Election understandably focused on the ongoing pandemic and its economic fallout, as well

Who Wouldn’t Want a Bluetooth Toilet?

Some flush, some don’t need sewers, some conserve and create resources, and some now come with Bluetooth.