By Ramesh Ananda Vaidya, David James Molden, Arun Bhakta Shrestha, Nisha Wagle and Cecilia Tortajada, International Journal of Water Resoruces Development, Volume 37, Number 3, pages 367–391.
With rising energy demand in Asia, the high potential for hydropower development and the need for low-carbon energy development, hydropower would seem to have a significant role in South Asia’s energy future… Read More
By Asit K. Biswas, International Journal of Water Resources Development, Volume 37, Number 3, pages 359-361.
An important reason as to why water is not a priority item in the political agenda of any country for an appropriate length of time is because the way the water profession has framed its discussion… Read More
By Kris Hartley, Nicole Sher Wen Lim and Cecilia Tortajada, Water Economics and Policy.
Progress in water conservation is dependent as much on human behavior as on the promise of new technologies. Digital feedback-based interventions present an opportunity to bring these two factors together… Read More
By Cecilia Tortajada, npj Clean Water, Volume 3, Number 22.
Water resources are essential for every development activity, not only in terms of available quantity but also in terms of quality. Population growth and urbanisation are increasing the number of users and uses of water… Read More
By Rosario Sanchez, Laura Rodriguez and Cecilia Tortajada, Journal of The American Water Resources Association, 1-19.
The natural complexity, heterogeneity, and extent of transboundary aquifers around the world, have led to controversy over which method or criteria should be used to identify and delineate their boundaries… Read More