International Water Association

Track, trace and target – the water sector and emerging viruses

New viruses continue to emerge and spread. Joan B Rose, Rosina Girones, Marta Rusiñol Arantegui, Veronica Beatriz Rajal, Ramiro Poma, Maronel Steyn, Bettina Genthe,...

Water’s role in the loss and damage climate debate

The climate change political agenda has been focused mainly on mitigation and adaptation, without addressing the extent to which impacts are felt by developing...

Intelligence-driven supply performance

Alessandro Bettin explains the benefits of a data-driven water management system, especially in helping manage or avoid intermittent water supply.   The management of a...

The water-energy nexus – a toolkit for innovation

Laurent Bellet, Corinne Trommsdorff and Alex Alix, editors of a new book aiming to help the water sector reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases,...

Reducing emissions – China’s plan to go green

Xiaodi Hao, Ranbin Liu, Yu Wenbo and Shuang Li describe how new guidelines are helping China meet its ambitions for carbon reduction. As an important...

Advancing African water sector action on gender diversity

The winner of the IWA 2022 Gender and Diversity Award, Annabell Waititu, tells Erika Yarrow-Soden how Big Five Africa is helping water companies in...

A roadmap for transforming cities

Australia’s Urban WaterGuide provides a blueprint for future-proofing cities. Tony Wong, Jamie Ewert, and Katharine Cross show how its philosophy of integrated water management...

Tapping into tradition: water insights from down the centuries

Our current engineering mindset may not fully equip us to deal with the water challenges ahead. Ancient and indigenous values and practices resonate with...

Denmark delivers: a huge success in Copenhagen

Erika Yarrow-Soden gives a view on some of the highlights of what has been heralded as IWA’s most successful Congress & Exhibition to date. With...

Eyes in the sky

Claudia Giardino talks to Erika Yarrow-Soden about the developments in Earth Observation technology that are benefiting water professionals. Recognising the importance of digitalisation for the...

FEATURED STORY

Track, trace and target – the water sector and emerging viruses

New viruses continue to emerge and spread. Joan B Rose, Rosina Girones, Marta Rusiñol Arantegui, Veronica Beatriz Rajal, Ramiro Poma, Maronel Steyn, Bettina Genthe,...

NEWS

CDP highlights stranded asset risk from water insecurity

Not-for-profit organisation CDP has released a new report in association with Planet Tracker which highlights how water insecurity is already having an adverse effect...