News

Water is a basic need for every life form on the planet. As the population grows and countries continue to develop, the demand for water...

By Andrés Rojo. El lanzamiento del novedoso portal “Climate Smart Water” busca impulsar a los...

By Simone Ballard. During the forum, there were several key takeaway messages for future directions...

By Elaine Cheung and Tatiana Cuervo.   Mexico ambitiously committed to reduce its greenhouse gas...

Peru is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. A low-lying coastal area, with...

Mexico was seen as a leader during the Paris COP21 negotiations. It has committed ambitiously...

Jordan is one of the world ́s most water-scarce countries. Energy consumption accounts for around...

In the past, a healthy Mae Ping River ran through Chiang Mai in the northwestern...

World’s first holistic tool to measure and report greenhouse gas emissions from urban water services...

Events

Workshop at the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan Room 8, Wednesday 19 Sept 2018, 13:30-15:00   Description: This interactive workshop will be...

Free webinar – The Urban Water Utility of the Future: Peak Performance & Low Carbon 27 June 2018, 16:00 – 17:00 CET Target Audience Utility staff...

Thursday 07 June - Thursday 07 June 2018

Free webinar: How to Tackle Inefficiencies in Water Services in a Low-Carbon Future? 7 June 2018, 16:00 – 17:00 CET   Target Audience Utility staff...

Wednesday 16 May - Wednesday 16 May 2018

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are driving climate change, directly impacting the availability and quality of water, and posing an increasing burden on cities to maintain...

Wednesday 21 March - Wednesday 21 March 2018

What can water supply and sanitation utilities do to mitigate climate change? Linking sustainability, efficiency and high service levels Wed 21st March / 10:30-12:00   In...