PRESS RELEASE: IWA Publishing and Silverchair Announce Partnership to Develop Next-Generation Digital Product Platform
IWA Publishing is excited to be working with Silverchair Information Systems, establishing a dynamic new site for IWA Publishing’s variety of high-quality content.
In Celebration of Open Access Week 2017
We're Open in Order to....
The IWA Publishing team had a blast celebrating Open Access Week 2017. From launching a new Open Access Twitter account, to...
Winner of the IWA Publishing Author Survey
Congratulations to Hero Marhaento for winning a voucher for $200 (USD) worth of IWAP books.
Book review: Hydrology: Principles and Processes
Revered hydrologist, Professor Keith Beven, reviews the book Hydrology: Principles and Processes: "an excellent summary of our current understanding of hydrological processes presented in a clear and concise way".
Author insight: Ontario municipalities on a path towards a higher standard for the management of wastewater and stormwater systems
Edgar Tovilla, co-author of a new Open Access Paper, summarises the article and how it supports efforts for higher standards across drinking water, wastewater and stormwater systems.
On the road towards Open Access
On the Road Towards Open Access
IWA Publishing is proud to be working towards Open Access (OA). We've come a long way since we started our OA activities in 2010, but there's still lots to do!
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An Interview with IWA Publishing’s First Open Access Publisher
IWA Publishing are delighted to welcome Sara Bosshart to the team as our first Open Access Publisher. We spoke with Sara to find out more about why she chose IWA Publishing, her advice for authors and her exciting plans for future Open Access development.
Winners of the IWA Publishing Author Survey
Congratulations to Ariane Liu and Amelia Jewell for winning a voucher each for $200 (USD) worth of IWAP books.
IWA Publishing reviewers honoured at the Publons Peer Review Awards 2017
We are delighted to announce that multiple reviewers from across IWA Publishing journals are winners in the Publons Peer Review Awards 2017.
Translating Human Rights criteria into operational terms
Translating the Human Rights criteria into action is a challenge for water and sanitation professionals, particularly for regulators. Mohamed Tawfik and the IWA Communications department for Water Policy and Regulation have procvided a helpful outline and infographics to illustrate some of the key criteria & principles in relation to drinking water supply and sanitation services.