Also available in Español  Download the complete infographic The 8th World Water Forum was held in Brazil a few days ago. What's ironic is that the more than nine thousand of us attending…

Diego Juan Rodriguez |

We are all too familiar with these figures: on average, only 50% of the population in Latin America is connected to sewerage and 30% of those households receive any treatment. These figures are…

Diego Juan Rodriguez |

© Andre Targa Cavassani/TNC Co-authors:Timm Kroeger  Senior Environmental Economist, The Nature ConservancyClaudio Klemz Water Policy Specialist, The Nature Conservancy Balneário Camboriú is both…

Daniel Shemie |

The World Bank at World Water Week 2015 As population and economic growth bump up against finite—and increasingly degraded—water resources, competition between agricultural, industrial, and…

Diego Juan Rodriguez, Martin Gambrill |

All climate negotiations have been based on staying below 2°C above pre-industrial temperatures. Yet it looks increasingly unlikely that that will be possible. A new report, Turn Down the Heat:…

Julia Bucknall |

We know that water and sanitation services do not always recover their costs from tariffs. So, if communities or governments are to maintain the infrastructure properly, they depend on the public…

Meike van Ginneken |