“In a finite world we need a much more circular-engineering approach, where we use and re-use water with different qualities and from different sources for different uses” said IWMI Director General Claudia Sadoff at a July 12 seminar marking the opening of the International Water Management Institute’s (IWMI) new U.S.-based office at IFPRI headquarters in Washington, D.C.

A ‘paradigm shift’ in water management is needed so that proactive approaches are taken to head off crises before they strike. That will require more integration and cooperation across different sectors.

Read the full blog post on the IFPRI website