How California could save up its rain to ease future droughts — instead of watching epic atmospheric river rainfall drain into the Pacific

All that runoff in the middle of a drought begs the question — why can’t more rainwater be collected and stored for the long, dry spring and summer when it’s needed?

Book Review: Helping Water Find Its Own Level

Gies takes readers on a global journey, highlighting researchers and engineers who “share an openness to moving from a control mindset to one of respect,” and seek to support what she calls a “Slow Water” movement.

Public Water Services in times of emergency: the case of the Covid19 outbreak

The book “Public Water and Covid-19: Dark Clouds and Silver Linings”, discusses how the Covid19 outbreak underlined once again the importance of water and other basic services for human life, and re-opened the debate on the role of the state in managing such services.

Climate crisis is foundation of Indian farmers’ protests

The protests by Indian farmers against three laws initially passed as ordinances have gone from sporadic in August 2020 to the biggest peaceful civil society protest in the world.