Editorial Perspectives: 2019 novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2): what is its fate in urban water cycle and how can the water research community respond?
Vincenzo Naddeo and Haizhou Liu present an ‘Editorial Perspective’ on coronavirus in wastewater and discuss the water research needs to combat viral outbreaks.
Editorial Perspectives: the need for a comprehensive, centralized database of interbasin water transfers in the United States
Kerim Dickson, Landon Marston and David Dzombak provide an ‘Editorial Perspective’ on the importance of understanding interbasin water transfers in managing water resources.
Editorial Perspectives: what is “safe” drinking water, anyway?
Stuart Khan and David Cwiertny provide the latest Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology ‘Editorial Perspective’ on how we define safe drinking water.
Editorial Perspectives: achieving real-world impact
Michael Templeton discusses the translation of research into real-world impact in the water sector in this ‘Editorial Perspective’ for Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.
Editorial Perspectives: bringing the energy–water nexus home to promote conservation and efficiency
Ashlynn Stillwell considers water and energy efficiency in the home in this ‘Editorial Perspective’ for Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.
Editorial Perspectives: innovation needs for the water sector in India to achieve sustainable development goals
Ligy Philip and S. Murty Bhallamudi provide an ‘Editorial Perspective’ on the need for innovation in India's water sector.
Editorial Perspectives: could water fingerprinting help with community-wide health assessment?
Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern discusses the potential of urban water fingerprinting for public health diagnostics in this ‘Editorial Perspective’ for Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.
Editorial Perspectives: we need innovation for water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) in developing communities
Lack of access to safe water, pervasive contamination from bodily waste, and limited access to hygiene resources and services remain a massive challenge. Jeremy Guest discusses the need for innovation to put us on a more sustainable trajectory in this ‘Editorial Perspective’.
Editorial Perspectives: using bacteria in rubber ducks to improve scientific literacy, advance citizen science, and expand fundamental science
Frederik Hammes discusses microbial ecology of the built environment in the second of a series of ‘Editorial Perspectives’ for Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.
Editorial Perspectives: the value proposition of resource recovery
Zhiyong Jason Ren provides the first in a series of ‘Editorial Perspectives’ for Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.
About this collection
This collection showcases a series of ESWRT’s Editorial Perspectives, highlighting the opinions of thought-leaders on various challenges relating to water sustainability.Click here to return to the journal homepage