PSI is planning to organize a workshop in the northeastern region to promote the practice of PGWM and enhance the sustainable and equitable use of local GW resources.
The aim of this training workshop is to train local development workers and community based activists/organizations in the concept of PGWM.
1 to 6Mar
The symposium will provide a forum to discuss advances in measurements, modeling, and interpretation of glaciological and cryospheric changes in high mountain Asia.
14 to 15Mar
The seminar is aimed to cover conservation, security, budgeting, recycling and reuse of water, artificial recharge in groundwater, rainwater harvesting techniques and groundwater management.
10 to 11Apr
This workshop seeks to bring together experts to discuss the ways in which groundwater law (and water law more generally) needs to evolve to reflect and respond to climate change.
26 to 28Feb
CWRDM is organizing a KSCSTE sponsored three day training course on ‘Water Quality Management’ for teachers from university departments and colleges.
22 to 24Feb
Former U.S. Vice President and Climate Reality Project Chairman Al Gore will lead the training for hundreds of new Climate Reality Leaders.
22 to 23Jan
The training is designed to enrich the participant's knowledge on key elements for success of WASH interventions in India and best practices in WASH.
13 to 15Feb
The theme of 4th International River Festival is "River, its Catchment Area, Chemicals & Crisis".
13 to 14Mar
All are invited to contribute their well thought research paper on the theme Recycling of Waste Water and Reuse System in the 7th IDSAsr National Seminar.
The Institution of Public Health Engineers and Sulabh International Social Service Organisation have organised the National Consultation on Renewed Sanitation Agenda.
The 5th Edition of India International Water Summit aims to provide an unique and ideal forum to bring in policy level interaction/representation along with B2B opportunities.
The workshop will provide an excellent opportunity to students, researchers, scientists and technologists to understand the science of climate change
5 to 6Dec
The festival is a collaborative effort by Toxics Link and India International Centre, Delhi to highlight environmental challenges at the national and international level through films
2 to 17Feb
ACWADAM invites you to the certificate course on training and facilitation in hydrogeology to enhance civil societies capabilities in watershed and groundwater management
16 to 17Dec
The summit provides a unique platform for all key stakeholders to address various issues and challenges on waste management.
16 to 18Feb
The event will bring together hundreds of thought leaders and practitioners to discuss how to eliminate open defecation and ensure water for all in urban and rural India.
24 to 28Nov
The objective of this programme is to build capacity and create awareness to understand wastewater treatment process, technologies and affordable treatment options.
The three-day training programme will enhance the understanding of research in general and data analysis in particular among practitioners and scholars
2 to 16Dec
The aim of the programme is to promote integration of geohydrology and mainstream watershed management to enhance equity and quality in groundwater use in Himalayan states.