Rethinking Scotland’s water management

June 16, 2023
Scotland is well-endowed with water and its water environments are in relatively good ecological condition compared to neighbouring countries. However, if Scotland is to become a true ‘Hydro Nation’, it needs to go beyond the current mindset of sustainable water management and focus on how its immense water wealth can be used as an engine for economic growth and regional welfare.… Read More

Climate action to build a shared future

March 20, 2023
Countries across the world are facing major problems which are too complex for any single country, no matter how powerful, to solve them alone. So all countries, big and small, should first agree to a common solution and then endeavour to achieve it and collectively contribute to realizing common prosperity.… Read More

How long does it take to fix a world water crisis (46 years and counting…)?

March 14, 2023
Harold Wilson, a former British Prime Minister, once remarked that ‘a week is a long time in politics’. If this is true for politics, then it has been an eternity since the first UN Water Conference. It took place in 1977 over 11 days in Mar del Plata, Argentina while the second UN water Conference is scheduled 46 years later, over three days in March 2023, in New York City.… Read More