Alice Chautard reflects on the Himalayas to Ocean (H2O) project and her 2017 expedition to Nepal.
Oxford University’s Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment partners in new £2.7million project employing satellite imagery to help protect Peruvian communities and ecosystems from toxic pollution caused by failing dams.
The Oxford-led MaRIUS programme publishes a new climate dataset generated using model simulations run on Weather@home’s distributed network of volunteer computers. The study sheds light on the risk of possible strong droughts in the future, helping inform UK drought management.
Oxford University’s Dieter Helm, Professor of Economic Policy at New College, explores the intricacies of water utility ownership and regulation in the UK, setting out the case for a new regulatory model.