Detecting water in space and why it matters

Miguel Pereira Santaella, Research Associate at the Oxford University Department of Physics, discusses his newly published work observing never before seen water transitions in space.

Strategic drought risk management – 8 golden rules

New research led by the Environmental Change Institute’s Paul Sayers provides guidance for water managers in a changing climate.

What about the people? Unlocking the key to socially sustainable and resilient communities

Oxford University anthropologist, Cathy Baldwin, and the World Resources Institute’s Robin King, summarise findings from their new report exploring how built environments shape community resilience.

Conceptualizing Chinese engagement in South-East Asian dam projects: evidence from Myanmar’s Salween River

New study by Julian Kirchherr, based on his doctoral research conducted at the University of Oxford’s School of Geography and the Environment, explores Burmese dam development.

Resilience of Britain’s water supplies in an uncertain future

Professor Jim Hall, Director of the Environmental Change Institute, recently delivered the prestigious 2017 Dugald Clerk Lecture at the Institution of Civil Engineers. A video of the event is now online.

Oxford and Bahrain partner on desal research

Professor Nick Hankins begins a long-term research partnership with the University of Bahrain on low-energy water desalination.

Identifying water quality risks and modelling intervention strategies in Dhaka

The Oxford-led REACH programme publishes its latest policy brief exploring river water quality in the northeastern portion of Bangladesh’s capital.

REACH Kenya meetings

The REACH consortium members converge on Kenya to review progress.