Water and Peace Conference is Postponed
The conference will be rescheduled to fall 2020.
World Water Day in the Age of Covid-19
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Practitioners are invited to submit a poster or visual presentation for GWA's 2020 Water & Peace Conference at Drexel University, Philadelphia. To be considered, please submit an abstract through this form.
GWA Mentoring Program Now Open!
The GWA members have experience in a broad range of WASH issues, and are especially interested in advising students on projects which seek to address WASH in the developing world and projects relating to the UN Sustainable Development Goal #6. Find out more about this exciting program and sign up!
Over 140 professionals, students, and other stakeholders gathered for the 12th Annual Global Water Alliance Conference on March 21, 2019 at The Wharton School, Philadelphia, around the theme of finding solutions to inequities in the water sector: “Solving US and Global Water Inequities: Sharing Solutions from Around the World.” Conference proceedings and summary are now available to download.
Water Online recently published a news story by Peter Chawaga on Colorado City adopting Direct Potable Reuse (DPR) treatment systems. Christiaan Morssink (GWA President) provided his insight on DPRs. Of course they can do it safely; think space-stations and...read more
In the recent Price of Water 2019 Report, Circle of Blue found that U.S. cities are not waiting for federal action and are investing in water infrastructure.read more
by Pam Lazos When I was born, I shared the water on this planet with just over 3 billion people. Today, I’m sharing it with 7.7 billion and growing at a rate of 85 million people per year, and it’s safe to say that no matter what year, each and every one of...read more