A new study from Eawag Aquatic Research in Switzerland reveals that many groundwater wells in the Indus Basin are showing levels of arsenic concentration as high as 200-500 µg/L, though WHO considers 10 µg /L to be the safe limit. Groundwater supplies in Pakistan are essential to over 50 million…
Groundwater: A Common Resource – A Shared Responsibility The MARVI – ‘Managing Aquifer Recharge and Sustaining Groundwater Use through Village-level Intervention’ project, funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and led by Western Sidney University, Australia, is working in Gujarat and Rajasthan, India since 2012 to strengthen…
GRIPP Partner Ralf Klingbeil attended and contributed future opportunities to the 12th Gulf Water Conference in Bahrain where groundwater was featured
A new IWMI study suggests that the success of solar-powered groundwater irrigation depends on giving careful consideration to the policies that support it.
After being introduced to members and partners of UN-Water, GRIPP held its first partners meeting to discuss principles, structure, governance, and more.
GRIPP Coordinator Dr. Villholth discusses the current knowledge and outlook of groundwater in agriculture for global food security at the GFFA.
A new book echoing the Groundwater Visibility Initiative brings the ‘invisible commons’ into the public consciousness to encourage more productive dialogues
Mr. Jeremy Bird, Director General of IWMI, presents GRIPP at the Budapest Water Summit during a science and technology forum session on groundwater.
Dr. Nathanial Matthews, WLE, connected GRIPP and groundwater management to climate-smart agriculture at the COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco.
An informative new video by IWMI showcases groundwater irrigation research and best practices for farmers to improve resiliency to climate change in Lao PDR