Efficient water management requires new knowledge and implementable solutions, as well as synthesis of current experiences from different parts of the world. The primary objective of the Centre is generation of new knowledge, synthesis and application of existing knowledge, and dissemination of these information.

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Information and background on the Centre.


Information on important publications based on our recent activities.

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Meetings of the Centre »     International Journal of Water Resources Development »  

Information on the recent meetings organised by the Centre.


Interdisciplinary Journal on all aspects of water development and management in both developed and developing Countries, published by Routlege.

Prof. Asit Biswas honoured as No. 2 Water Industry Leader, by Water and Wastewater International
WWI's Top 25 Leaders list »

Why a well-reasoned argument can be key to good editorship »
Asit K. Biswas for Taylor & Francis Editor Resources.
Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams. International Technical Seminar and Study Tour »
June 2-9, 2015, Denver, Colorado, USA.
Video on Water Leaders Roundtable: Water for All: Solutions for a Better Future »

With rapid population growth, expanding urbanisation and increasing industrialisation, threats to water security and sustainability have never been more real. Join the conversation to develop the future of sustainable water resource management – one which considers all costs (social, economic and environmental) involved in achieving water security and leverages water to improve our liveability, sustainability and economic cost-competitiveness.

An Editor's Choice Collection of top articles »
Editors Asit Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada have put together a fantastic collection of their top articles from the International Journal of Water Resources Development
IWRA World Congress Save the Date»
Edinburgh, Scotland, 25-29 May 2015

AGRIWATERPEDIA is an open-source knowledge platform. It seeks to engage those who work in agricultural water management to enhance their capacity to implement innovative solutions. AGRIWATERPEDIA has decided to launch a competition to increase the leverage of knowledge in this area and to invite contributors to enhance the existing knowledge platform.
More information on the competition »
Agriwaterpedia website »

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy »
National University of Singapore
Last Update: Abril, 2015