Water Security Network

How is scarce water in South Africa really allocated and what are the implications for catchment resilience and fruit production?

By Bruce Lankford (University of East Anglia), and Jon McCosh, Mlungisi Shabalala and Lutendo Mugwedi (Institute of Natural Resources) Abstract In this piece we argue that; 1) an absence of purposive managed water allocation can be observed in some... Read more »

Categories: Africa Agriculture Blog Climate change adaptation Drought Ecosystems Gamification Groundwater Nexus Resilience River basins uMngeni

World Water Congress and Exhibition: Shaping Our Water Future

World Water Congress and Exhibition: Shaping Our Water Future

Between 16-21 September, 9,815 participants from 98 countries, representing governments, utilities, academia, private companies, and international organisations, came together at Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo Exhibition Centre) to participate in a strategic platform discussing and co-creating solutions to our global... Read more »

Categories: Asia Blog Climate change adaptation Green infrastructure Resilience University of the West of England

From water labelling to pumps-as-turbines, WatefCon 2018 covered it all!

From water labelling to pumps-as-turbines, WatefCon 2018 covered it all!

Introduction by Sarah Ward: One of the most friendly and comprehensive water conferences, the Water Efficiency Network Conference, yet again exceeded all expectations and delivered an impactful, industry-grounded and state of the art knowledge exchange experience for academics and... Read more »

Categories: Blog University of the West of England Water services