Global Water Forum

A podcast by Q&A with Jesper Svensson

12 Episodes

  1. Emilie Dupuits: Transnational movements and grassroots struggles around water in Latin America

    Published: 5/30/2020
  2. Dr. Sam Geall: how the one-party state, China, shapes the development of the Mekong River Basin

    Published: 4/16/2020
  3. Brian Eyler: Dams, Justice and the future of the Mekong Basin

    Published: 3/31/2020
  4. Marina Povitkina: How government quality shapes safe drinking water provision in democracies

    Published: 2/26/2020
  5. Bo Rothstein: Corruption in the commons

    Published: 2/5/2020
  6. Jia Shaofeng: Beijing

    Published: 10/29/2019
  7. Carmody, Grafton & Moggridge: Lessons from the Murray-Darling Basin

    Published: 9/23/2019
  8. Brahma Chellaney: India’s hydro-diplomacy with Pakistan, Bangladesh and China

    Published: 8/30/2019
  9. Danny Dorling: is the human species slowing down?

    Published: 7/15/2019
  10. Joyce Kimutai: Water security and development in Kenya

    Published: 7/8/2019
  11. A.K.M. Saiful Islam: Bangladesh’s water economy

    Published: 6/24/2019
  12. Friederike Otto: Climate change and the Cape Town Water Crisis

    Published: 6/22/2019

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