What is World Water Day? 

International World Water Day is held annually on 22 March, raising awareness of the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable resource management, highlighting Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: sanitation and water. IWA Publishing is proud to support this important day and the sharing of research and experience from across the globe.

This year, the theme is Water and Climate Change and how these two elements are inextricably linked. Adapting to the water effects of climate change will protect health and save lives – find out more on the World Water Day website.


Free access to the Journal of Water & Climate Change in March

In celebration of UN Water's goal to spread knowledge on the global water crisis, IWA Publishing are excited to offer free access to the Journal of Water & Climate Change for a fortnight, in celebration of this year's theme. The complete archive of this important environmental publication will be free from the 15th–29th March.

Discover the journal here. 

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Journal of Water and Climate Change | IWA Publishing

Sharing knowledge about our most valuable resource, water, through 15 peer-reviewed journals and a range of high-quality books

World Water Day Quiz

How much do you know about water and climate change? 

Click below to check your facts (and learn some more) with IWA Publishing's special World Water Day quiz, in partnership with UN Water!


Exceptional Papers from the Journal of Water & Climate Change 

Chris Perera, Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Water & Climate Change has also chosen five recently published papers from the journal that are exception in their approach to the issues of Water & Climate Change.You can browse the papers and find out why they were chosen through the link below.

Explore these papers and the rest of the journal with free access from the 15th–29th March.

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Celebrating World Water Day 2020: Journal of Water & Climate Change | IWA Publishing

As the theme for World Water Day 2020 is Water and Climate Change we are celebrating with the Journal of Water & Climate Change.