King’s Water at St Paul’s Cathedral

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 6:30-8:00 pm on Monday 19 June and is open to the general public.  Speakers will discuss the contentions as well as transformative potential of water management and stewardship, touching upon issues of geopolitics, climate, food and more.  This event is part of an initiative, ‘Just Water’ to raise awareness and activism around water.

Register here:

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XVI World Water Congress

Four King’s Water doctoral researchers have just completed an interdisciplinary methods experiment in the Yucatan Peninsula. The trip included presentations at the XVI World Water Congress and the formation of a new institutional partnership with CICY, the Centre for the Scientific Study of the Yucatan.

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