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 1, 2021
Floods and storms are responsible for almost three-quarters of climate disasters. Yet, all around the world, resilience to climate shocks does not get as much attention as the “net zero” agenda.
June 24, 2021
Professor David Sedlak of UC Berkeley and author of Water 4.0 shares his perspective on the next path for water management.
March 25, 2021
IWA, along with other partner organisations such as The Nature Conservancy, is an official endorser of the new report “Integrating EbA and IWRM for climate-resilient water management” published by GIZ. Daniela Bemfica,...
March 15, 2021
IWA has published a new factsheet entitled “Engaging vulnerable groups in the implementation of Climate Resilient WSP”. What are vulnerable groups? Both vulnerable and marginalized groups have disadvantages that need t...
February 2, 2021
IWA is supporting awareness of #WorldWetlandsDay today. Currently 2.2 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water. By 2050, we will require 55% more water due to population growth, and wetlands are key to providing fr...
January 25, 2021
In January 2021 the IWA Publishing team relaunched two of its titles, with new branding, aims and scopes, and editorial teams. The Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination becomes Water Reuse. The new editorial team is headed up by...
September 18, 2020
Day by day, the energy accounts of many Danish wastewater treatment plants are looking better and better. Consequently, many wastewater companies look into a future, with potential energy self-sufficiency.   Wastewater is increa...
September 10, 2020
In November 2019, the Danish government established 13 so-called ‘climate partnerships’ with the private sector, covering the entire Danish business community and its emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG). Each of the 13 climate...
September 9, 2020
In Germany, April is usually one of the wettest months. This year, the country only received 5% of its usual rainfall, and the river Rhine, which works as the most important trade route in Germany, is on the verge of drying out. T...