- Good groundwater management is key to Jaffna’s social and economic revival
Jaffna’s wells may not provide a year-round supply of clean water, but a mix of short and long-term options could provide communities with all the clean water they need, says…
- Cleaning the Ganges
New effort to help nurse India’s most sacred river back to health.
- Getting the better of bad weather
Why new devices could set alarm bells ringing in the rain.
- Raising the stakes
Why fences, crop rotation and water storage mean one farmer is no longer losing the plot in Northern Ghana.
- World Wetlands Day 2015 on 2 February focuses on the importance of wetlands
Thalangama wetland is a rich resource for people, fauna and flora alike.
- Wetlands on the move
New map helps scientists track the world’s watery landscapes
- Building on three decades of research
IWMI’s Director General Jeremy Bird looks forward to 2015.
- Pumping Up Trouble
Could overuse of groundwater jeopardize Tamil Nadu’s Green Revolution?
- Big benefits in small spaces
Bangladeshi women find profit in new methods of vegetable cultivation and cattle rearing.
- Farming goes to town
Pay Drechsel, scientist at the Colombo-based International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and co-author of the study, published in Environmental Research Letters in November, says urban and peri-urban agricultural areas worldwide…
- Water, food and energy security in the “Urban Millennium”
How do we ensure towns and cities are viable places to live?
- Securing Water for Urban Farms
As most of us know, a great deal of our food travels long distances by planes, trains, trucks and ships before reaching our dinner plates. Even California – the fruit,…