What is it about?
Water issues are about people, and ecosystems, and financial realities. They’re about climate and energy and old habits dying hard. Since really thorny water issues don’t have a single cause, the only way to make progress is to integrate all of those other pieces—people, energy, climate, economics—into the solution. What’s needed is a neutral technology integrator, combining the best pieces and ideas regardless of where they come from. That’s where the GWI comes in.
“One of the issues that we think of as so important in the 21st century is the issue of water… The capacity of The Ohio State University to address compelling problems that we face in the world is unmatched. Its size and scope make it relevant across this country and around the world.”
President Michael V. Drake, MD
The Ohio State University
leveraged in industry, agency and university funding to solve harmful algal blooms
universities and agencies collaborating to revolutionize water quality
Tanzanians to benefit from new sustainable rural water system pilot program
the target price to make clean water affordable for rural poor
Brown Bag: Exploring The Role Of Women In Food SecurityMarch 28, 2017
Marty Kress Named Executive Director of GWIFebruary 20, 2017
Brown Bag: Linking Water Quality With Aquatic Biodiversity In Rural Ugandan CommunitiesFebruary 9, 2017
Brown Bag: The Sustainable and Resilient Tanzania Community ProgramFebruary 9, 2017
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