In this guest blog, Melissa Nemhara, a student of Geology explains the impact of sand mining on rivers especially when coupled with dam building.Read More
In this guest blog, Dr Christopher Hackney, co-author of a comment published in Nature, talks about his experience of sand mining in the Mekong and the need for better governance around sand mining.Read More
Map the System is an initiative of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford in partnership with educational institutions across the world. It is a global competition that asks you to think differently about social and environmental change.
SandStories invited two of the competitors from Canada to talk about their experience at the competition. In sharing their experience, we hope to document the current state of affairs and how we can bring attention to this issue that underpins our modern, digital lifestyles to look for solutions.Read More
In this guest blog, Steve Lockett, Education and Outreach Officer for Mahseer Trust, talks about his experience of the sacred Karnali River in Nepal and how it stands to be affected by development projects in the pipeline.Read More