MENU OF CASE STUDIES WORLDWIDE

C-GINS is your one stop platform to explore best management practices showcasing sustainable urban water systems.

EXPLORE WITH MAP

An Interactive Map has been developed by CSE that provides a filtering function to enable you to search for WSUD & GI projects under the categories below.


Region
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Africa
  • Oceania
  • Americas
Landuse
  • Waterbody and Flood Plain
  • Parks and Open Spaces
  • Transport and Utilities
  • Residential
  • Institutional
Scale
  • Regional
  • Neighborhood
  • City
  • Individual
Objective
  • Water Conservation
  • Pollution Abatement
  • Urban Flood Mitigation
Ownership
  • Government
  • Private
Intervention
  • Policy
  • Plan
  • Project

EXPLORE BY SCALE

Green Infrastructure measures can be applied at all scales in an urban area. The consequent section includes the analysis, designing and planning of GI for different scales according to the Water Sensitive Urban Design & Planning principles. Also this section will mention about the water uses at different scales.


EXPLORE BY OBJECTIVES

The drivers behind these case studies varies and may range from a need for water conservation, to provide water for recreational open space to protecting or restoring water quality of waterbodies etc. The solutions to the water management challenges may vary depending on these objectives.


Knowledge

Do you want to deep dive into the concepts of GI? Check out our one stop Resource Library for CSE's Practitioner's Guide, latest publications, recommended readings and so much more.


First Practitioner's Guide in India by CSE, demonstrating green infrastructure as one of the solutions to overcome the emerging water management issues - of water supply and quality regulation and moderation of extreme flood events.
Water-sensitive urban design and planning (WSUDP) integrates the urban water cycle, water supply, wastewater, storm-water and groundwater management with spatial and urban design.
This Template is a roadmap for sustainable urban water management. It helps cities know where they stand in terms of sustainable practices, and how they need to proceed with their water resources.

Action Learning

How do you apply knowledge into practice? Explore Videos, concepts, inspiring success stories, Manuals for better understanding of implementation of such systems.


Video's

How Neela Hauz, south Delhi's biggest water body was restored using natural process

How Delhi Development Authority along with Centre for Environmental Management of Degraded Ecosystems restored Neela Hauz, South Delhi's biggest water body using natural processes...

Announcements


PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN CSE AND UWE


This initiative is developed under the MOU with UWE, Bristol.
With the aim to build a community of practice on GI and building a global south centre for Green Infrastructure, advocacy and research, C-GINS (Compendium of Green Infrastructure network) is an attempt towards resourcefulness under three year partnership (2019-22) between CSE - University of West England (UWE) Bristol - an initiative supported Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF) and International Water Security Network (IWSN) supported by Lloyd Registry.

CONTACT US


SURESH KUMAR ROHILLA

Centre for science and environment, Academic director, School of water & waste, AAETI
Email: Srohilla@Cseindia.Org

PROF. CHAD STADDON

PhD, FRGS Associate Head of Department, Director of Dept. of Geography & Environmental Management, InternationalWater Security Network
Email: Chad.Staddon@uwe.ac.uk

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