November 1, 2021
World Water Camp is a unique coaching and networking experience for students with an interest in current water and climate challenges organised by VIA University College, Denmark. The camp will take place in August and September 2...
September 21, 2021
Join IWA at the forthcoming Water Climate Discussion Conference, which takes place on 5, 12 and 19 October 2021. On Day 1, IWA Executive Director Kala Vairavamoorthy will provide an introductory keynote speech about the main water...
September 13, 2021
Mark your calendars for our industry leading World Water Congress which will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark on 11 – 15 September 2022. The theme of the conference is ‘water for smart liveable cities’ – a model c...
September 2, 2021
This month IWA’s Daniela Bemfica, Director of Strategic Programmes and Engagement, spoke to the Innovation News Network about IWA’s work and why it is crucial in ensuring water equity and global public health, especially a...
August 19, 2021
The 2022 World Water Congress & Exhibition in Copenhagen, Denmark is designed to bring together over 10,000 water professionals from academia, utilities, industry, government, regulators and NGOs and also engage the water-cons...
August 12, 2021
There are 2.4 billion people without improved sanitation and another 2.1 billion with inadequate sanitation (i.e. wastewater drains directly into surface waters), and despite improvements over the past decades, the unsafe manageme...
August 12, 2021
Nature often acts as a as a conduit for untreated sewage into water bodies, wetlands, or the sea. However, a planned approach using nature-based solutions (NBS) not only improves sanitation services, but also provide numerous co-b...
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 22, 2021
In the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, some face masks used to control the spread of the virus as personal protective equipment (PPE) have become an emerging threat to water, aquatic life and the environment.
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.