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Game-changing water solutions for the Middle East and North Africa

SUBMITTED BY CLAUDIA W. SADOFF ON WED, 11/22/2017 | CO-AUTHORS: ANDERS JAGERSKOG Also available in  العربية The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have become a hotspot of unsustainable water use, with more than half of current water withdrawals in some countries exceeding the amount naturally available. This could have serious long-term consequences for the region’s growth and …

The fourth ‘E’ – reflections on agendas for change in water management

Dr Brian S. McIntosh FCIWEM: Education Director Email: b.mcintosh@watercentre.org Phone +61 7 3028 7600   Moving beyond the 3E’s of Integrated Water Management, IWC Education Director Dr Brian McIntosh argues for a fourth ‘E’ in the framework – one that speaks to the principles or ethics that underpin our personal and organisational objectives. Integrated water management (IWM) …

Can role-playing support better water management in Nepal?

Role-playing games have moved into water management in Nepal’s Koshi River basin, northeast of Kathmandu. A new report demonstrates how this type of game can help water experts understand some of the complexities of water management and test different policies. The game focused on the interactions between water storage, male migration and changing social relations …

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