International Water Association

The best books on water loss

“What has been done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun.” – Ecclesiastes 1:9 By James Workman Water may be scarce...

The customer is always right

A new IWA book shows utilities how marketing can win visibility and value By James Workman When La Trobe University professor Rhett Walker asked...

Research on the frontiers of urban ecology

From the IWA journals Water Science & Technology and Water Policy: Forging linkages: How to scale up urban projects from below Cities want to recycle water and...

The lessons from Israel on water management

Seth M. Siegel’s Let There Be Water offers a strong, upbeat narrative about Israel’s extraordinary drive to master resource efficiency, productivity and knowhow in...

Water Allocation in Rivers under Pressure

How institutions evolve to replenish rivers By Scott Moore* In light of climate change, population growth and escalating water demand, governments must confront the problem of ‘basin closure,’ that...

The Water-Nexus-Book Nexus

A series of publications suggest the end of the ‘water sector’ is near, to be replaced by a provocative, if nebulous, institutional linkage By James Workman The...

FEATURED STORY

Developing the digital water toolbox

Digital technologies are reshaping the water sector, and the implications and opportunities around this are the focus of this year’s IWA Digital Water Summit....

NEWS

Corporate sustainability net positive water goal for Intel

Intel has set out a new strategy and goals for 2030 in its latest annual corporate sustainability report, with aims for the next decade...