Murky Water

Jade Lee-Duffy and Karen Emmons DEVELOPMENT ASIA | March 31, 2012 After a heavy rainstorm in June, farmers around the townships of Qujing City in Yunnan Province in the southwest People’s Republic of China’s (PRC), woke to a disturbing scene. … Read More

The worth of water

An encouraging model suggests urban Asia’s water problems could be easily fixed THE ECONOMIST | March 24, 2011 PIGS rootle fastidiously through the foothills of the mountain of rubbish dumped at Tuol Sen Chey on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, … Read More

Big Gulp

A massive Indian irrigation project is indicative of the costs and rewards of a global obsession with water resources. Closely held MEIL is awash with business. Megha Bahree FORBES | December 14, 2009 In the remote hills of the southern … Read More