Global Water Magazine

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The JHU Global Water Magazine is an online magazine dedicated to covering the crucial issues in meeting the global water challenge of providing the quantity and quality of water needed to sustain the health of mankind and the environment.  The Global Water Magazine aims to become a leading online forum for dialogue and exchange of ideas between stakeholders, researchers, journalists, NGOs, students, local and national government agencies, and other institutions and individuals working on domestic and international water challenges.  Here, you will find reports and op-ed style writings from leading thinkers and practitioners engaged in these challenges, and notes from the field describing experience of researchers and practitioners.  

This magazine is sponsored by the JHU Global Water Program, which is dedicated to providing research and education that prepare professionals and students to be leaders in addressing water issues worldwide.  Our parallel mission is to discover solutions to domestic and international water challenges that are safe, scalable, and sustainable.  As such, the Global Water Program incorporates every discipline from physical sciences and engineering to social sciences and policy, and the diversity in magazine articles reflects this diversity in the Global Water Program. 

Every two to three months we will release a new issue, a collection of articles based on a specific topic from leaders in the water sector, and every week we will post new articles on any topic relevant to our program. 

Editors

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Betsy Denning
Administrative Coordinator
Environmental Health Sciences
Managing Editor
edenning@jhsph.edu

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Luke MacDonald
Assistant Director
Environmental Health Sciences
Founding Editor
lmacdona@jhsph.edu

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