Stemming from a series of discussions regarding the future of development and cooperation in West Asia and North Africa (WANA), King’s College London recently hosted a Water Security Workshop in partnership with the University of Oxford, the University of East … Continue reading
King’s Water has been an active partner of the London Water Research Group and over the years hosted numerous workshops and events. The London Water Research Group is a vibrant network of 100+ international water professionals, activists and scholars from … Continue reading
My name is Beth and I’m a MSc Water: Science and Governance student at the Department of Geography, King’s College London. I have just returned from an interdisciplinary fieldtrip to the Okavango Delta, Botswana, in partnership with the PLuS Alliance, … Continue reading
Following the previous post on the Okavango field project, we’re introducing Mari, one of our mix of BA, BSc, MSc students joining the trip. We’ll be featuring more stories from student and from the field so keep checking on our … Continue reading
This month, King’s Water staff and students will travel to the Okavango delta in Botswana for an interdisciplinary project on river sustainability. As part of the Global River Basins Connections project funded by the PLuS Alliance, a network between Kings, Univ … Continue reading
Last month, King’s Water co-convened an event on water politics at the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral. This event was part of JustWater, a series of activities by St Paul’s Institute to raise awareness about water issues. (Photo credit: St Paul’s Institute/Graham … Continue reading
King’s Water and St Paul’s Institute are hosting an event on water politics at the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral. From King’s Water, Dr Naho Mirumachi and Prof Tony Allan will be joining the debate. This free event will take place … Continue reading
The MSc Water: Science and Governance programme draws on the university’s leading reputation in water research to equip students with advanced interdisciplinary training to tackle the contemporary challenges of diverse water environments around the world. Combined with international research excellence in water science, … Continue reading
King’s Water hosted a workshop on 28 Oct 2015 to develop synergies and networks with internal and external institutions. This interdisciplinary workshop was designed to explore potential questions, topics and themes that might bring together colleagues and to start new conversations and pilot projects. The workshop also included a session for PhD students to brainstorm ideas to complement their ongoing research.
The event offered an opportunity for Masters, PhD, Post-docs and staff to get together. A short proceedings of the workshop will follow shortly.