Helping countries and communities make critical water decisions for now and for the future.
Research and advice on legal frameworks and institutions
Research and advice on water regulation and allocation
Water modelling advice and implementation
Facilitation of collaborative governance models
Building food and water resilience
Advancing renewable energy technologies
Co-design of local, community-led water solutions
Innovative models for water accounting and finance
Support for a circular economy
Global research on water leadership and decision-making
Engagement with multilateral organisations
Supporting productive dialogue and debate on effective water management.
We focus on activities to protect ecosystems and infrastructure at the intersection of marine and freshwater environments. A key priority is identifying and adapting to anthropogenic threats including storm surge, sea level rise and pollution.
Our activities are linked to Sustainable Development Goal 6, which aims to achieve water and sanitation for all by 2030. Projects are focused on the intersection of engineering, environmental humanities and public health disciplines where culturally appropriate approaches are co-designed to reduce disease and improve quality of life.