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Seventh CSE JnNURM workshop ‘Energy and Resource Efficiency in Urban Water Management’

Date: December 20, 2013 in New Delhi

Supported by: CCBP NURM, Ministry of Urban Development, Govt of India; Delhi Jal Board and Urban Development Department, Govt. of NCT of Delhi

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 Date: December 20, 2013

Managing Information in the Digital Age

A Short Course on Information Management and Web-based Outreach

Course Date: November 26-29, 2013

 

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Date: November 26-29, 2013

Gobar Times Green Schools Programme Teachers' Training

Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE’s) Environment Education Unit (EEU) conducts two-day training programmes for teachers, educators, development workers and people interested in environment education.

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List of Courses


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Urban Water & Wastewater Management

Hands-on workshops and practical tools for sustainable water use. Targeted at municipal engineers, architects, contractors, builders, urban planners, consultants, students and citizens.

Empowering Institutions: Short course on "Managing information in the Digital Age

A training programme on library, information management, documentation and web-based outreach

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For better or for worse: Environment gropes its way into national curriculum

After the immediate and expected reactions (signalled by an uproar among state-level bureaucrats) to the union minister Mr Kapil Sibal’s dictum on board examinations, its long term impacts on the Indian education machinery  have now begun to unfold.  Some are direct and rather heart warming. 

Water Management

The water and sewage management in cities will determine the growth of cities in India. Most cities are today water stressed, unable to cope with the water demand of the growing urban populations and to treat the resulting wastewater. Cities are continually coping with different forms of crises – water scarcity in summer, floods in monsoons and water pollution throughout the year.

Decentralised Waste Water Treatment

The water and sewage management in cities will determine the growth of cities in India. Most cities are today water stressed, unable to cope with the water demand of the growing urban populations and to treat the resulting wastewater. Cities are continually coping with different forms of crises – water scarcity in summer, floods in monsoons and water pollution throughout the year.

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Rain Water Harvesting

Centre for Science and Environment has been working on promotion of the concept of water harvesting for more than a decade now. CSE started its campaign with the research on traditional systems of water harvesting systems existing across the country. The research was followed by the publication of the book, Dying Wisdom: Rise, Fall and Potential of India’s Traditional Water Harvesting Systems.

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River Pollution

With growing urbanisation and industralisation India faces the challenge of providing clean and safe drinking water to all citizens. In the name of economic growth most rivers and streams are turning into sewers. As more and more rivers are getting polluted, the municipalities are finding it difficult to treat river water to safe levels and supply it to citizens.
Visit River Pollution section

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