Ebro River’s Lessons for WSPM students

Posted on 22nd March 2019

By Lucy Chen How can we equitably and efficiently manage and allocate scarce water resources in a river basin with high hydrological variability and competing demands among a multitude of stakeholders? On Sunday March 10, this was the question that MSc students from the Water Science, Policy and Management (WSPM) programme kept in the back […]

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Global Flood Hazard book is the Winner of the PROSE Awards 2019 in Earth Science

Posted on 22nd March 2019

The Oxford Water Network is pleased to announce Dr. Feyera Hirpa was one of the contributing authors to the book Global Flood Hazard: Applications in Modeling, Mapping, and Forecasting which has won the PROSE Awards 2019 in Earth Science for making a significant contribution to the field.  Presented annually since 1976, the Association of American […]

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Can the Poor Pay for Drinking Water?

Posted on 22nd March 2019

Rob Hope discusses whether or not there is the funding to reach SDG 6. ‘With over two billion people without safely-managed water and 663 million without basic water the costs to meet the target by 2030 runs to US$114 billion per year.’

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UPGro Early Career Researchers: Q&A with Suleiman Mwakurya

Posted on 18th March 2019

Suleiman Mwakurya worked as a research assistant on the Gro for GooD project in Kenya, based out of the Rural Focus field office in Kwale. He recently took on a new role working for the Kwale County Government. Gro for GooD Co-I Patrick Thomson caught up with him to find out about his new job.

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