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.

How Can Nepal Manage Water Amidst the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Water and data are crucial resources of the 21st century. These two resources are going to

Salmon as Guide to Nowhere

This review of the paper by M. Evans and L. Harris (2018. Salmon as Symbol, Salmon

Managed Aquifer Recharge: Investing in the Invisible

For many decades, Beijing had been coping with a looming water crisis, and has been successful

How India’s Civil Society Can Shape the Country’s Water Policy

India’s National Water Policy is meant to provide a definite course of action on water management,

COVID-19 underscores WASH poverty as a serious health crisis

As we celebrate Global Handwashing Day, we should also remember that the number of confirmed COVID-19

Humans and their Environment: A ‘Natural’ Partnership?

The concept of ‘partnership’ has long been a watchword for development practitioners. While the applications are

Financing a Paradigm Shift in Development Models in Asia-Pacific and Latin America

Climate impacts challenge our status quo. Covid-19 is a stark reminder that a shift in our

Pissapocalypse: New Zealand’s Dairy Little Secret

The massive expansion of New Zealand’s agricultural sector over the last decades is largely held responsible

Overcoming the Barriers for Improved WASH for Slums in India

In India, one out of five persons living in cities resides in slums. These areas constitute