Liquid Dynamics: accessing water and sanitation in an uncertain age


The Liquid Dynamics Symposium in November 2009, hosted by the STEPS Centre, brought together people from disciplines including water resources, sanitation, health, and climate change, to address issues of sustainability and social justice in water and sanitation. “Liquid dynamics” is a term used to capture how the social, technological and ecological dimensions of water and sanitation interact, and how these interactions are shaped by uncertainty, risk, politics and power.

This briefing accompanies the Working Paper Liquid Dynamics: Accessing Water and Sanitation in an Uncertain Age – Symposium Report.