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

The Living Forest – An Invisible Thread Between Environments And Culture

The discussion in this blog stems from excerpts of the popular public court hearing of the

When The Grid Is Too Far Away: A Systems Approach To Managing Rural On-Site Wastewater Plants In Norway

In Norway, on-site wastewater treatment systems often fail to meet their target treatment levels. A range

The Case For Holistic Water Resources Planning And Management In Addis Ababa

I am taking you to the city of Addis Ababa founded in 1886 as Ethiopia's capital.

What Have We Learned From the False Heroes of Chemistry?

2020 marks the year that PFOA production is officially phased out in the European Union. What

A Systems Perspective to Drought Adaptation in Maharashtra, India

Introduction “Water availability for drinking water is the most important. Without drinking water, there is no

Is It Time to Incorporate Islamic Water Management Principles (IWMP) into Existing Global Water Governance Policies?

Water is one of the pressing global concerns of the 21st century. Despite the presence of

A COVID-19 Bridge Over Troubled Water?

The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to transform our behaviors, attitudes, and policies in many areas. For

China Can Water Down Impact of Floods

This article was originally published in China Daily. China has suffered from floods since time immemorial.

Nature-based Solutions for Marine and Freshwater Challenges

In the 21st century, society is faced with a variety of climatic and non-climatic challenges that

Engaging corporate actors for inclusive WASH-at-work

Through the Water for Women grant, the International WaterCentre, in partnership with the University of the

Personal hygiene is our first line of defence against COVID-19

The coronavirus outbreak has caused panic and anxiety in the hearts of people globally. Just to

Recirculation of Economic Dividends within Social-Economic-Ecosystems

Ecosystems may be considered as either non-social or social ecological systems (SES) depending on the presence

“What the F?”: How we Failed to Publish a Journal Special Issue on Failures

This is an updated version of the article originally written by the WASH Failures Team. Follow