Nelson on Aspirational Tech, Sustainable Development Goals
In 1990, at the age of 20, Kara Nelson found herself in a refugee camp in Zimbabwe, just months before the new independence government lifted a 10-year-old ban on land redistribution. Now a professor, she reflects on her experiences and aspirational technologies and sustainable development goals
Brave Blue World
BWC Co-Director David Sedlak featured in new documentary Brave Blue World Documentary – A Perfect Storm For Water
Assessing coral bleaching vulnerability in the Caribbean
Climate change has fueled coral reef bleaching throughout the tropics, with negative consequences for reef ecosystems and the people who depend on them.
Spotlights
Charisma Acey
Acey Publishes Nigerian Urban Water Marketplace Article

Professor of City and Regional Planning Charisma Acey's latest research on urban water markets in Nigeria was recently published in the International Journal for Urban and Regional Research.

David Zilberman
Zilberman awarded Wolf Prize

David Zilberman, a professor of agricultural and resource economics at UC Berkeley, has been awarded the 2019 Wolf Prize in Agriculture in recognition of his work developing economic models for fundamental problems in agriculture, economics, and policy.

Ellen Bruno
Economic policy approaches to water allocation in California
A conversation with Dr. Ellen Bruno, an Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist in quantitative policy analysis at UC Berkeley. Her research evaluates the effectiveness of different policy instruments for improving the management of our increasingly scarce water resources.