16 to 30Oct
Sambhaavnaa Institute relaunches the activist training program Buniyaad. This is a perspective building program for young activists in a social movement/organisation.
10 to 14Oct
‘Tuning Fork Films’ are a collective of socially oriented filmmakers, who are keen to use film as a medium for self-reflection and social change.
2 to 5Nov
Applications are invited for the media workshop on climate change adaptation in Assam that will be held in Jorhat and Majuli from November 2 to 5, 2015.
9 to 13Oct
CMS VATAVARAN 2015 'Water for Life' will focus on problems in water management systems around the world and show the disturbing effects these choices have on human beings.
National Seminar on "Fluorosis in Developing Countries: Early Detection, Prevention and Mitigating Measures"
21 to 23Sep
The three-day programme on Urban Sanitation caters to officers in the urban water and sanitation sector, working in Utilities, Urban Local Bodies, and other State Departments.
FICCI is organizing the India Industry Water Conclave at New Delhi, in association with HSBC and has also instituted the Annual Water Awards to recognize efforts in water management.
10 to 11Sep
TARA Livelihood Academy (TLA) has announced a two day training programme on ‘Enabling a Digital India: Using Geographical Information System (GIS)’ in New Delhi.
4 to 9Jan
IIT Madras is organising a short-term training programme on 'Introduction to Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT)' using open source tools- QGIS and QSWAT
13 to 14Nov
Centre for Ground Water Studies, Kolkata is organizing a Seminar on “Challenges to Groundwater Management: Vision 2050” on 13th and 14th November, 2015 at Kolkata, West Bengal
6 to 7Sep
The training programme aims to foster and strengthen a community of people working in the water sector and who need to engage with legal issues.
Roundtable Conference will includes a book launch of 'Is it really clean? Creating a WASH Index'
29 to 1Sep to Oct
The training will focus on planning, design, smart remote management & monitoring, on-site quality control and installation practices of solar powered pumping systems.
18 to 27Aug
VIKSAT announces the next batch of the WASH Educators Training (WET 2015), especially for women, working on issues related to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH).
21 to 23Sep
The theme for the 2015 International Riversymposium is “Healthy Rivers – Healthy Economies”
2 to 17Jul
ACWADAM to carry out a fifteen-day training programme on basic hydrogeology or groundwater science, for professionals from Civil Society Organisations or NGOs at Pune
The Symposium will include expert lectures on the state-of-art technologies to handle and manage various types of wastes generated by the urban society.
The objective of this course is to give participants an insight into the concept of rainwater harvesting (RWH) in rural areas. It will specifically focus on various techniques used for RWH.
The course will comprise of a series of sessions focusing on sharing of experiences by people involved in research, advocacy and interventions through discussions, readings, screenings and field trip.
Manu Mathai is a faculty member at Azim Premji University, Bengaluru. He researches and teaches about the intersection of energy, environment and human development policy questions.