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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)
By Scott Moore, Ph.D.July 12, 2019A few weeks ago, I returned from India, where I traveled to talk about my book, Subnational Hydropolitics: Conflict, Cooperati (More)
The Repeal of WOTUS and America’s Legal Lacuna on Water
By Scott Moore, Ph.D.October 1, 2019 This week the Trump Administration announced it would More)
Call for Abstracts! PWEA Annual Conference
An opportunity for students involved in water research to present their work has been made available through the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association (PWEA). Below you will find the info as presented by PWEA and a link to learn more! "PennTec 2 (More)
NDWAC Wrap Up!
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Coastal Resilience
Problems along our coasts and back-bays from weather extremes and rising tides are growing at a faster rate than are the resources to plan and prevent damage. That is the conclusion from a day-long conference held by the Water Center at Penn with our (More)
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