International Water Association

Science & Technology

The Source aspires to provide the curious water professional with the best tools that broaden our understanding of the source of life. No tool is sharper than scientific research. This page distils and offers a sample of key articles, selected by editors of the International Water Association’s specialty journals, and peer reviewed by experts in each field

Demystifying Blockchain for Water Professionals: Part 1

As professionals who work in the multidisciplinary water sector, we need to be aware of what new technologies are available, and how they can...

Water Science & Technology

Tracking changes in the optical properties and molecular composition of dissolved organic matter during drinking water production By E.E. Lavonen, D.N. Kothawala, L.J. Tranvik, M....

Water Policy Journal

Interaction between the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Orleans Levee Board preceding the drainage canal wall failures and catastrophic flooding of New...

The Journal of Hydroinformatics

An enquiry into the place of systems analysis in the politics of water and the environment By J. Philip O’Kane Over the last fifty years, economic...

FEATURED STORY

Unlocking the confluence of diverse people, energy, and ideas

Kala Vairavamoorthy explains how greater efforts to extend geographic diversity will allow IWA to expand its influence and contribute more fully to progress on...

NEWS

EEA cites climate losses across member states

A new briefing from the European Environment Agency (EEA), utilising two database data sources – CATDAT (RiskLayer GmbH) and NatCatSERVICE (Munich Re GmbH) –...