Climate change
April 10, 2019
Copenhagen is a northern harbour city which has experienced a number of severe rainfall events, namely cloudbursts, with the largest pouring down in July 2011. The damages amounted to around 1 billion US dollars, and climate proje...
AfricaIndustryMembership
March 8, 2019
Dr. Rose Kaggwa, the recipient of the IWA Women in Water Award 2016, describes her Water Career Story in the water sector and the importance of recognising and nurturing talented young women in the workforce. Dr. Rose Kaggwa has w...
Health
February 18, 2019
Potable water reuse started as pioneering efforts in Southern California and Windhoek, Namibia 50 years ago. This practice has seen tremendous growth over the last 15 years in various regions of the globe adopting the latest treat...
February 18, 2019
Phosphorus is essential to human life and vital for food production. Increasing attention has been paid to the development of phosphorus refinery technology that can recover phosphorus from secondary resources, including sewage sl...
October 26, 2018
Mr. Jakob Ellemann-Jensen, Minister for Environment and Food of Denmark, at the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2018 in Tokyo bridging this year’s conference with the next conference to be held in Copenhagen in 2020. A...
October 20, 2018
What is digital water? What does it mean to different stakeholders? What are the benefits of digitisation for utilities, and where do they stand in the digitisation journey? In this panel at the IWA World Water Congress & Exhi...
October 20, 2018
  With a strong focus on sustainability, Rebekah Eggers from IBM has 20 years of practical experience helping utilities that are striving to enable resiliency, and vibrancy add a layer of digital intelligence to their infrast...
October 20, 2018
  How do we take utilities on the journey to digitalisation? Will Sarni, Founder and CEO of Water Foundry, US, Avishek Choudhury, Water Industry Advisor, Tata Consultancy Services, India and Arlinda Ibrahimllari, Technical Di...
KeynotesMembership
September 22, 2018
Integrating nature processes into urban structures is essential for our future. The start of the #WorldWaterCongress in Tokyo Japan honoured IWA congress delegates with the attendee of the highest authorities and visionaries on Sh...
DevelopmentEnvironmentHealthIndustrySolutions (expo)
September 22, 2018
 The #WorldWaterCongress bring new ideas and spreads innovation. Non-sewered sanitation might well be the future, because water is not infinite. Have you thought of a toilet that doesn’t use water? IWA initiated a Special...