Richard Taylor, a Professor of Hydrogeology from University College London (UCL) and one of the lead researchers of a recent Nature study explained why groundwater should be a focal point for climate discussions.
Category: Researcher Interview
The climate is changing – we need groundwater more than ever
UPGro Ambassador, Dr Callist Tindimugaya, attended last month's COP meeting in Madrid. In this interview with Isaiah Esipisu, he explains why African groundwater needs to be on the lips of the climate negotiators.
“Extreme floods to bring good tidings to Tanzania city” UPGro in The East African
Why heavy rainfall from El Niño is a key to the water supply of Tanzania's growing capital city.
The Top 4 Welfare Priorities for Kwale County, Kenya
My name is Jacob Katuva and I’m a researcher with Oxford University. I largely work in the water and poverty area. My research has been in Kenya – Kwale County specifically – where I’ve been looking at the links between…
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UPGro Early Career Researchers: Q&A with Suleiman Mwakurya
Interview with UPGro Gro for GooD Early Career Researcher, Suleiman Mwakurya
The Baseflow Detective looking to uncover the secrets of Tanzania’s rivers
Interview with Hezron Philipo, GroFutures by Sean Furey, Skat Foundation Hezron Philipo has a BSc in Geology (University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania), MSc in Water Resources and Environmental Management (University of Twente at ITC, The Netherlands) and is currently…
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A Malawian researcher takes UPGro knowledge to up-and-coming scientists in college
Interview by Isaiah Esipisu, PAMACC News Agency – http://www.pamacc.org Patrick Makuluni is a lecturer in the Mining Department of the University of Malawi, the Polytechnic. Makuluni holds MSc in Mineral Exploration and Mining Geology from Curtin University in Australia and…
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Young scientist seeks to understand link between access to groundwater and poverty
Interview by Isaiah Esipisu, PAMAC news agency http://www.pamacc.org Jacob Katuva is a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford’s School of Geography and Environment. His research focuses on community groundwater access and poverty in Kenya. Katuva holds a M.Sc. in…
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Life after UPGro: an interview with Early Career Researcher, Shabana Abbas
Interview with T-GroUP young researcher