- IWMI celebrates 30 Years with ‘Water in Sri Lanka’ exhibition launched in Colombo
IWMI marks 30 years with the launch in Colombo of the 'Water in Sri Lanka' exhibition.
- FiltSsep.com: Conwed sees potential in reverse osmosis
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a critical part of the world’s water supply. The International Water Management Institute, a non-profit scientific research organization that focuses on sustainable water use in developing…
- East Africa’s farmers get water smart
New book provides practical advice for farmers to make the most of their farm in climate and water uncertain times.
- 7th World Water Forum 2015
A team of IWMI experts is taking part in the World Water Forum (WWF) in Daegu & Gyeongbuk in South Korea.
- The Financial Express: Harvesting solar riches
Growing agrarian stress, climate change, farmer suicides and an unpopular land bill are all colluding to turn the farm sector into prime minister Narendra Modi’s possible Waterloo. After decades of…
- The rise and fall of Onion Land?
Irrigation has proved profitable in Ethiopia, but unsustainable use could burst the bubble.
- TheChicagoCouncil: ‘Business as Usual’ Management of Water and Agriculture Will Cripple Paths to Sustainable Development
Guest commentary from Frank Rijsberman, Jeremy Bird, and Andrew Noble on Global Food For Thought.
- Sri Lanka Develops Cheap Rainfall Forecasting Device
AsianScientist (Mar. 19, 2015) – By Smriti Daniel – Scientists in Sri Lanka have developed mobile weather stations capable of capturing and transmitting near real-time rainfall data. Equipped with atomic…
- South Asia running out of groundwater
[NEW DELHI] India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan along with China account for nearly half of the world’s total groundwater use and these regions are expected to experience serious deficits, says…
- Sri Lanka develops cheap rainfall forecasting device
Scientists in Sri Lanka have developed mobile weather stations capable of capturing and transmitting near real-time rainfall data. Equipped with atomic clocks for precise time and date readings the devices…
- Back to the grassroots
New review paper explores the available knowledge and lessons learned from past experiences in promoting home gardens in Africa.
- Addressing the challenge of solid waste
Channeling biodegradable waste into compost to reduce environmental pollution.