Hundreds of millions of gallons of water are used during rice cultivation. Assessing methods for decreasing this use could help save millions more.
Water scarcity hurts farmers in more ways than reducing crop yields. It also reduces mental capacity.
Water supply is one resource that will be critically impacted by climate change. How are countries like Costa Rica dealing with this?
Water Policy and Sustainable Development, Part Two: Careers in Development and Public Policy
Interested in working in sustainable development? In the second half of their interview, Jisung and John Briscoe discuss careers in the field.
Water Policy and Sustainable Development, Part One: What are the Key Issues?
Is there such a thing as a “global water policy”? Or is water primarily a local issue? Jisung Park sits down with noted water expert John Briscoe to discuss these and many other issues.
Crafting Water “Solutions”: A Complex Process
Managing water in a rapidly-changing world is becoming increasingly difficult. What solutions are out there, and how are they being put to use?
The Challenges of Water Governance
Managing increasingly strained water resources will require new thinking around water governance. What changes in governance can we expect in the future?
A Tale of Many Cities
With a discussion of the importance of water, S&S kicks off Water Week!
Matter of Frack Part I
In the first of a series of five, S&S reviews the impact of hydraulic fracturing on water resources.