Diagnosing the age of modern groundwater (up to 60 years old) using tritium is important in mapping aquifer reserves and their vulnerability to surface pollution, but only half of 78... Read more
Water scarcity is recognized as a key challenge to sustainable development and as a potential cause of social unrest and of conflict... Read more
Teff, a grass-like plant with tiny seeds, is the staple food for over 60 million people in Ethiopia and is the basis... Read more
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) launch an interactive map on nuclear applications, where water management is one of the topics addressed.... Read more
The IAEA, through its Water Resources Programme, is one of the UN agencies responding to its Member States by providing science-based information and technical skills to improve understanding and management of their water resources.
Spreading over a 7-million square kilometre area, the Sahel is home to 135 million people across West, Central and North Africa.... Read more