Documenting climate change along Nepal’s Gandaki River, from peaks to plains.

An Oxford University and ICIMOD (International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development) team embarks on an expedition to Nepal’s Gandaki Basin to explore ways in which climatic changes are contributing to vulnerability in the mountains, hills and floodplains of Nepal.

Challenges and Opportunities to achieve ‘safely managed’ drinking water in rural Bangladesh

Researchers from the Oxford-led REACH programme outline findings from a recent water audit of 10 Bangladeshi villages and implications for water policy.

Water security and poverty in coastal Bangladesh: can modelling be of help?

Dr Edoardo Borgomeo, Consultant at the World Bank’s Water Global Practice, and Honorary Research Associate at Oxford University’s Change Institute, outlines recent research conducted as part of the Oxford-led REACH programme.

Water resource decoupling in the Jordan Basin

Dr Michael Gilmont shares insight from a new British Council funded report highlighting opportunities to enhance water security in the Jordan River Basin

How Sustainable Land Management can improve lives in the Ethiopian Highlands

Alice Chautard, Communications and Knowledge Exchange Manager of Oxford University’s REACH programme, shares her experience of a recent field visit to Amhara: part of work to improve water security for poor people in Ethiopia.

Present and future flood vulnerability, risk and disadvantage

New Joseph Rowntree Foundation report led by Paul Sayers, Honorary Research Associate at Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute, outlines the link between flooding and social vulnerability in the UK.

Beyond evidence

Experts gather at Wolfson College, Oxford to explore how knowledge practices inform the governance of environmental challenges.

Oxford scholars receive award for ‘Best Paper’ at XVI World Water Congress.

Geography DPhil student, Kevin Wheeler collects award for research on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.