Written by: Elnaya Mahadevi Pillian. We often hear about the urgency to appreciate water, but it is quite rare to really find reasons we can directly relate to; reasons that give a deep understanding on how important water is for our growth and development as human beings. The truth is, aside from b...
Source: The Diplomat Date: 31 August 2021 A big debate in economics and public policy is whether utilities like electricity and water should be provided by the state or by private companies. On the one hand, the argument goes that exposing utilities to market forces will make them more efficient and...
Dear readers, Welcome to Indonesia Water Journal July 2021 Edition! We have highlighted some articles and infographics related to water, mangrove, and peatland conservation as we celebrate World Nature Conservation Day this month. Feel free to share this Journal with your colleagues as we aim to pro...
Source: UNICEFDate: July 30, 2021 Concrete steps to maintain the sustainability of sanitation services during the COVID-19 pandemic Just as water is a daily necessity, we cannot stop using sanitation facilities – even during COVID-19 or natural disasters. Nevertheless, during the COVID-19 pandemic, ...
Welcome to the second edition of Indonesia Water Journal! As we celebrate the World Ocean and Environment Day, we have highlighted two articles, several infographics, and video in this edition. Feel free to share this Journal with your colleagues as we aim to provide you with the latest insight from...
Source: ANTARA News Date: 11 February 2021 The increase is related to the application of health protocols during the pandemic. Clean water needs in Indonesia rose two- to three-fold during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to under normal conditions, according to a survey conducted by the Indonesi...
Source: World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Date: 20 August 2020  Access to adequate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) embodies a fun- damental human right recognized by the United Nations General Assembly. Technology often plays an important role by providing resource-...
Source: ARUP, AnteaGroup and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Date: October 2018 Water systems intersect with all sections of society and industry and opportunities exist in these interfaces to create additional value by application of Circular Economy principles. This white paper postulates...
Abstract This international literature review of the tourism–water nexus identifies a gender gap. Tourism development can affect water supply both quantitatively and qualitatively. Many regions will face considerable problems of water availability and quality, affecting their tourism sector and incr...
Source: Advanced Science NewsDate: 15 June 2020 It is well established that tourism is a water intensive industry. Studies have shown that the per capita water use by tourists far exceeds that of locals, and that tourism development can affect water supply both quantitatively and qualitatively....
​Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 11 April 2020​ ​Amid the current pandemic and in the absence of effective vaccines and antiviral drugs, preventive measures are essential to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Numerous scientists, health professionals, officials, teachers and parents are tirelessly remindi...
Source: http://ms.thejakartapost.com/flash-updates/2018/02/20/palyja-water-supply-to-return-to-normal-following-ipa-2-pejompongan-repairs/Water supply operator PT PAM Lyonnaise Jaya ( Palyja ) would like to announce that it has finished all technical maintenance work at its IPA 2 Pejompongan water t...