Sector Manager, Water
Julia Bucknall is currently the Manager of the Bank's central unit for Water, known as the Water Anchor. She has also worked as a Lead Natural Resources Specialist for the World Bank's Middle East and North Africa region. She was the lead author of a flagship publication on water in the region, “Making the Most of Scarcity”. Over the past fifteen years, she has worked on water investment projects and analytical work in North Africa, Central Asia, Central Europe, Cambodia and Central America. She has studied at Cambridge University and MIT, where she earned a Master in Environmental Policy and Planning.
- 05/20/13 Cutting Water Consumption in Concentrated Solar Power Plants
- 03/22/13 New Ways to Measure Heat on Earth's Surface Could Revolutionize Agricultural Water Management
- 03/01/13 Measuring is Managing
- 11/20/12 What Does Water Look Like in a 4-Degrees World?
- 09/21/12 At a Loss for Words
- 09/19/12 Financial Sustainability and Public-Private Partnerships, or Back to Basics
- 06/18/12 Lessons from Hackers
- 05/08/12 Water: The Future We Want
- 05/04/12 A Sustainable Development Goal for Water?
- 03/26/12 What Happens in Vegas?
- 03/15/12 From the World Water Forum: Feeding Nine Billion People
- 07/07/11 The Italian Job : are Europeans turning their back on water privatisation?
- 06/30/11 Cleaning Up with Small-Scale Sanitation
- 05/19/11 A New Breed of Private Sector: Entrepreneurs and Urban Water
- 06/10/10 Prevention better than cure for water utilities adapting to climate change
- 04/02/10 Innovation in water, part 3: necessity is the mother of invention
- 04/01/10 Innovation in water, part 2: desalination
- 03/22/10 Innovation in water, part 1: drip irrigation
- 02/17/10 Disasters: what is the cost ?
- 09/17/09 Carbon sequestration by trying to re-create indigenous forests
- 09/16/09 Update from Nairobi: No doubt here that it’s real
- 07/01/09 United Arab Emirates to become world center for renewable energy
- 06/05/09 As John Felstiner asks, Can Poetry Save the Earth?
- 03/19/09 The World Water Forum in Istanbul: Bridging the divides?