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Our November issue covers, among other topics, safely managed sanitation, lake surface temperatures, coupled water splitting and purification, water harversting 

  • Yan Tong
  • Lian Feng
  • R. Iestyn Woolway


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    PFAS, are known to be highly persistent contaminant in the environment. Regulations on their presence in the environment have recently become stricter. But meeting such regulations is not that simple with currently available water and wastewater treatments. We’ll talk about it with Feng "Frank" Xiao (University of Missoury), Steffen Foss Hansen (DTU) and Anna Reade (NRDC)

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    The UN 2023 Water Conference was held in New York on March 22-24, 2023, To highlight the importance of research and scientific evidence in addressing the water-related challenges, we present a new compilation of research articles from across the Nature Portfolio that corresponds to the dialogue themes of the conference.

  • Nature Water talks march

    Ahead of the first global conference on water in almost 50 years, held on March 22-24, Karin Sjöstrand from Nat Water spoke to Quentin Grafton (Australian National University), Joyeeta Gupta (University of Amsterdam), John Matthews (AGWA), and Rachael McDonnell (IWMI) about expectations of this global event and about challenges and opportunities on the road ahead

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