Water & Society, the hierarchy of demand for drinking water and water-based sanitation over agriculture in a rain fed economy: the Cape Town experience 2017-18. Dr Tony Colman (Thursday, 17 May, 11-12pm, Arts 01.18).
Rule of Experts in the Nile Basin: Can they change the hydropolitical trajectory? Dr Ana Cascao (Friday, 2nd February, 12-1pm, Arts 2.03)
Sinkholes in the Yucatán: Interdisciplinary exploration of groundwater, Becca Farnum and Nando Lewis (POSTPONED UNTIL AUTUMN OF 2018/19 ACADEMIC YEAR)
Repoliticising analysis of natural resources and conflict in Darfur, Brendan Bromwich (POSTPONED UNTIL AUTUMN OF 2018/19 ACADEMIC YEAR)
Locating the Border in Transboundary River Governance, Dr Kimberley Thomas (Monday, 20th November, 5pm, Arts 1.15)
Water Economies and Sustainability Dilemmas of Global Cities, Professor James Nickum (Monday, 23rd October, 5pm, Arts 2.84)
Governing Transboundary Aquifers Andrew Ross (3rd February, 11am, The Enterprise Centre 0.01)
Water Resources Development and the Management of Environmental and Social Impacts and Risks: Lessons from experiences, Professor Stephen F. Lintner (King’s College London) (16th February, 5pm, Registry CR2)
Oxfam Sustainable WASH Programming: Tackling the challenges of growing water insecurity and inequality Tim Forster, Regional WASH Advisor for MECIS, and Jola Miziniak, WASH Governance Adviser (10th March, 12 - 1pm, Arts 0.30)
New Perspectives on glacier retreat and water reduction for mountain societies Mark Carey, University of Oregon (18th May 2016, 3.30pm to 5pm, Arts 0. 28).
The Resurgence of Water Markets - Has the 'future of water policy' arrived? Dustin Garrick, University of Oxford (19th October 2016, 3.30 to 5pm, Arts 2.03)
Water Security and the Vinca Dam in the Eastern Pyrenees Jamie Linton, University of Limoges (26th October 2016, 1pm to 2:30pm, Arts 2.05)
The Hydrosocial Spiral: Exploring Human- Water Interactions through Participatory Modelling Rebecca Farnum, King's College London (27th October 2016, 1 to 4pm, Arts 0.30)
Weighing the trade-offs of rapid economic growth in the Greater Mekong Region Nathanial Matthews, CGIAR Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (1st December 2016, 1 to 4pm, Arts 0.30)