International Water Association

Tag: groundwater

China’s ambitions–for its so-called ‘sponge’ cities–to slow, sink and store runoff exemplify a universal struggle of urban planners united with water professionals against a...

Around 2,000 bottles of purified wastewater have been handed out along Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, by Orange County utilities to demonstrate the safety...

By Mooyoung Han and Lisa Andrews* Rainwater harvesting and management is nothing new. In fact, this technique has been used for thousands of years in...

Can South Africa regain its adaptive capacity after suffering its biggest ever drought? By Tony Turton* South Africa holds a unique place in the international water...

By Moo Young Han* Two prime assets of any country are land and water. The list of assets related to water includes visible water (river water,...

By Karen Delfau* Water managers across the globe, by the nature of our profession, face daily challenges and draw upon our own knowledge and experience to...

How a US landlocked desert city is strategically storing water to drought-proof the future By Amy McCoy*   The US state of Arizona is acutely aware of...

New equipment to accurately measure evaporation from crops and nature areas has been developed by Dutch knowledge institutes KWR, Alterra and KNMI, sensor company...

Water security in Asia and the Pacific has progressed overall in the past five years, but major challenges remain, including overexploited groundwater, demand from...
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