The Great Debate UK

When national disasters go global

By Guest Contributor
July 26, 2012

Francesco Femia and Caitlin Werrell are founding directors of the Center for Climate and Security. This blog first appeared on the center website. The opinions expressed are their own.

Canada’s role in averting a global water crisis

July 25, 2012

Bob Sandford is the EPCOR Chair in support of the United Nations Water for Life Decade in Canada and a member of the Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy. He is also an advisor to RBC’s Blue Water Project. The opinions expressed are his own.

Water scarcity leads to conflict? Not a foregone conclusion

By Guest Contributor
July 24, 2012

Steven Heywood is a programme assistant, specialising in the human impacts of climate change at the Quaker United Nations Office in Geneva. The views expressed are his own.

Ten years on – is it the end of the 9/11 moment?

By Guest Contributor
September 8, 2011

-Sir Robert Fry is chairman of McKinney Rogers. His career in the British military includes being director of operations in the Ministry of Defence, advising then prime minister Tony Blair on the military strategic direction of the UK’s response to the September 11 attacks. The opinions expressed are his own.-

What to do about the City’s “Lazy Funds”

By Guest Contributor
November 8, 2010

BRITAIN/By Andrew Kakabadse

–Andrew Kakabadse (www.kakabadse.com) is Professor of  International Management Development at Cranfield School of Management. The opinions expressed are his own.–

Why Pakistan deserves generosity

August 25, 2010

Muhammad Atiq Ur Rehman Tariq is a Ph.D. student at Delft University of Technology and Dr Nick van de Giesen is Professor of Water Resources Management at Delft University of Technology. The opinions expressed are their own.

“Dutch dialogue” aids New Orleans restoration

August 20, 2010

USA

-Han Meyer is Professor of Urban Design at Delft University of Technology.  He has been a principal organiser of the ‘Dutch Dialogues’ with New Orleans since 2005 and is Editor of ‘New Orleans-Netherlands:  Common Challenges in Urbanised Deltas’. The opinions expressed are his own.-

from Pakistan: Now or Never?:

India and Pakistan: a personal view of the water wars

March 29, 2010

 It was so long in the making,  so utterly predictable, that the news that Pakistan and India are now arguing over water carries with it the dull ache of inevitability.

Bringing a new perspective to World Water Day

By Jules van der Lier
March 22, 2010

van lier- Dr. Ir. Jules B. van Lier is a professor at Delft University. The opinions expressed are his own. -