Splash

Water is the universal connector. Safe sufficient water supply is required for all life on earth. Beyond that, water influences industry, economies and politics and shapes cultural and religious traditions. The Water Center encourages readers to share their perspectives, ideas and research on water's many facets by contributing to our blog, Splash.

REFLECTIONS ON A VISIT TO INDIA

By Scott Moore, Ph.D.

A few weeks ago, I returned from India, where I traveled to talk about my book, Subnational Hydropolitics: Conflict, Cooperation, and Institution-Building in Shared River Basins.

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AMERICA’S WATER CRISIS ISN’T JUST IN FLINT

AMERICA’S WATER CRISIS ISN’T JUST IN FLINT

By Meg Kramer

The Global Water Alliance conference was held on March 21st at the University of Pennsylvania to explore Water and Sanitation, Hygiene (WASH) challenges globally as well as in the United States.

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A WALK FOR WATER

A WALK FOR WATER

By By Samira Mehta

On Saturday, March 23rd, forty-eight people – adults, college students, and even two babies – gathered on Shoemaker Green to participate in Isla Urbana at Penn’s first annual Walk for Water in collaboration with the Water Center at Penn.

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