As hydropower projects are built across the Himalayan region, recognizing the temporal politics inherent to hydropower development will become increasingly critical.
Scientists need a new way to manage the increasing number of invasive species that cannot be stopped.
Permafrost thaw is impacting the availability of North American water resources. To manage this precious resource, guidelines for using new investigative tools are needed.
Understanding how global threats affect amphibian species on a regional scale is necessary for effective management and conservation.
Both Roman law and Law of the Sea provide precedents for sharing natural resources, and the emerging trend of benefit‐sharing offers multiple and varied possibilities as well.
Champions come in all shapes and sizes, with different styles of leadership and ways of influencing others to drive positive change.
Women face greater health and safety risks when water and sanitation systems are compromised, but this has never been explored in relation to tourism.
Pollutant transport in water bodies is a complex process — computational models called FADEs provide an accurate modelling solution.
In the Himalayas, where the ontology of water is not always premised on the creations of boundaries between nature and culture, the condition of water, whether abundant or scarce, has key implications for cultural life.
A promising approach to establishing a circular water economy and improved technologies requires active involvement and collaboration from all members of society.
How small particles, such as colloids, move through the soil is important to understand as many pose a significant threat to public and environmental health.
Desalinating water to meet the world’s growing water demands may be feasible using solar energy.
An increasing number of streams and rivers that formerly flowed all year are beginning to experience dry periods due to changing climate and water withdrawals for human use.