THE WATER GOVERNANCE BLOG AT IHE Delft Institute for Water Education

Nile media debates: getting Sudan in the picture

Yesterday, May 3rd, World Press Freedom Day was celebrated all around the world. Two special – and personal – mentions: the first one for my colleague Iginio Gagliardone (University of Wits, Johannesburg), lead researchers...

The Spirit of Dialogue

Taking time to listen to and reflect on each other’s learnings and insights is a valuable part of practicing science. Sharing thoughts and reflections helps to think outside of your own field of science,...

Can we manage adaptation to climate change?

A new opinion article published on WIREs Climate Change by Jeroen Warner, Anna Wesselink and Govert Geldof discusses the politics of adaptive climate management. Adaptive Management (AM) has emerged as a promising approach to...

Nile day: should Egypt celebrate?

People in Cairo enjoy celebrating on the Nile after sunset, jumping on glittering boats with loudspeakers full volume and sailing on the river crossing the city center. Episode 3 of the podcast “The sources...

Worlding Water Supply

An uncomfortable reflection on my positionality: confronting my own ‘northern’ theorization of geographies of differentiated access to water in Jakarta. Good research often starts with discovering ‘productive paradoxes’. That is, the reality we observe...