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Facilitating New Technology Based Solutions to Urban Water Challenges
By Swati Hegde, Senior Academic Research CoordinatorThe Water CenterJanuary 28, 2020 On January 13, 2020 REACT at Penn held a symposium on Global Pathways to enable Innovative Materials Solutions for Urban Challenges. More)
1st Annual Financing Coastal Resilience Summit
By Alison De Luise, Senior AdvisorThe Water CenterJanuary 22, 2020 On January 16, the Water Center at the University of Pennsylvania joined forces with More)
Congratulations 2019 MES/MSAG Grant Recipients
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Congratulations 2019 Graduate Grant Recipients
By Andrea GarayDecember 18, 2019 The Water Center at Penn awarded research grants during Fall 2019  to 4 graduate students under the Student Support Program Award. The students will use the grant money for research in water science, policy and s (More)
Congratulations 2019 Undergraduate Grant Recipients
[et_pb_section admin_label="section"] [et_pb_row admin_label="row"] [et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text admin_label="Text"]By Andrea GarayDecember 6, 2019 The Water Center at Penn awarded research grants during Fall 2019  to 5 undergraduat (More)
Philadelphia and the World’s Water Crisis: Local Solutions to a Global Challenge
By Andrea GarayDecember 5, 2019 The Water Center at Penn (WCP) Senior Fellow and Director of the Penn Global China Program, Scott Moore, gave a talk about “Philadelphia and the World’s Water Crisis: Local Solution to a Global Challenge” at the A (More)
Water as a Human Right: A “Last Mile” Problem? Or a “First Mile” Problem?
By Karl RussekNovember 13, 2019  WATER IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD (GETTY PHOTO)The United Nations De (More)
Bengaluru Digs Water Wellness: a revived ancient tradition brings hope and hydration
By Jena LaskeNovember 6, 2019 Once known as the Garden City for its lush green landscape, Bengaluru’s fresh water is fast disappearing. Lakes have gone dry due to development and drought. Rapid urbanization has led to green spaces being razed fo (More)
Connecting to the Forest at World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden
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Water Stress to Water Scarcity
By Swati Hegde, Ph.D.October 23, 2019  Figure 1: US water stress by states according to World Resources Insti (More)
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