August 10, 2021
The call for papers for the upcoming IWA LET Conference is open until 15 September 2021. The 17th IWA LET conference will take place in Reno (United States) on 27 March – 2 April 2022. Submissions will be peer-reviewed and a...
August 9, 2021
August is Water Quality Month, which is dedicated to highlighting the importance of water quality and raising awareness of steps that can be taken to improve it. In this Q&A, Dr Samuela Guida spoke to H2O Global News about IWA...
August 2, 2021
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the International Water Association (IWA) and the GEO AquaWatch initiative. IWA is the leading network and global knowledge hub for all water professionals and anyone com...
July 28, 2021
A judging panel with expertise in a wide range of sectors and disciplines, from open data to sustainability, has been announced for a £40 million competition designed to unleash a wave of innovation across the water sector to del...
July 26, 2021
Utilities, as large producers of GHG emissions, have a big role to play in the green transition and have an opportunity to act as trail blazers for other sectors. The IWA Climate Smart Utilities Initiative is calling for contribut...
July 16, 2021
Helmut Kroiss IWA President 2014-2016 and Professor Emeritus at Vienna University of Technology, has been awarded the Prechtl Medal for his commitment to river basin management in the Danube catchment area as well as his commitmen...
July 16, 2021
International Water Association · IWA/PrimeWater – GEO Aquawatch Welcome to the first episode of the podcast series developed in the framework of the European Horizon 2020 Project PrimeWater. PrimeWater’s main objective i...
July 6, 2021
Meet the team of expert panellists taking part in a high-level water policy panel on the future of regulation & water policy for climate mitigation and adaptation, part of the closing plenary of IWA’s Virtual 6th Internation...
Water regulators should develop a model to identify the full life costs and benefits of sanitation services, according to a new report from the International Water Association (IWA). This approach, which could be based on the existing way in which the true cost of water is measured, could help regulators make the financial case for greater investment in sanitation. The document, called ‘A Call t...
July 6, 2021
Water regulators should develop a model to identify the full life costs and benefits of sanitation services, according to a new report from the International Water Association (IWA). This approach, which could be based on the exis...