DATES: March 7-21, 2022
DURATION: 15 hours
PLATFORMS: Zoom and Moodle
Water consumption worldwide has been increasing by about 1 per cent every year since the 1980s, and will continue an upward march till 2050, projects the United Nations. By then, the global water demand will be around 30 per cent above today’s levels. Already, over two billion people live in countries with high water stress, and about four billion experience severe water scarcity at least one month every year.
A similar disheartening scenario exists in the way the world is handling its waste. 80 per cent of global wastewater containing human waste and toxic industrial discharge remains untreated. At the same time, plastics are choking our waterbodies and aquatic life.
Evidence-based communication using data is the key to informing interventions for conserving and protecting our water and for managing our waste.
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), South Asia’s leading think tanks on the politics of environment and development, invites you to join its Global Online Training Programme which focuses on: finding and understanding good data on water and waste; analysing and visualising it to graphically communicate impactful stories.
It will introduce popular analytical tools and offer insights into the larger stories to better understand numbers on water, waste, health and economy.
What will you learn?
Who can attend?
The self-paced online programme will have video lectures, tutorials, quizzes, assignments. It will have three live interactive sessions too and participants will also get an opportunity to work on an in-depth project of their choice.
It has been designed in such a way that it can be completed along with a regular job or study.
The course is broken down into five modules:
Programme director, Information Management, CSE
Manager, Information Management, CSE
|Click here to register|
|March 7-21, 2022|
|Zoom and Moodle|
|Rs 3,500 for Indian participants
US $100 for Global participants
|CSE and AAETI will award Certificates of Participation to all those who attend and complete the course.|
|Dr D D Basu
Advisor, Industrial Pollution, CSE and Ex-Additional Director, Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)
Managing Editor of Down To Earth magazine.
Rural Water Waste Management
Assistant Editor Copy, Down to Earth magazine
Programme Director, Environment Resources Unit,