The fundamental principle underlying CSE’s water management programme is that the looming water crisis facing the country is not primarily due to a lack of water, but rather arises from mismanagement of water resources. The centralized management paradigm has kept the citizens out and taken away their sense of responsibility towards managing their water.
Given the growing population and water demand, the government will find it extremely difficult to raise financial resources to meet the growing water needs as well as to clean up the increasing levels of polluted water. The answers to meeting the challenge of the water crisis lie in a participatory, efficient and sustainable water management paradigm.MORE +
Date: April 23-26, 2019
The historic city of Jhansi was selected as one of the smart cities in 2015, by Government of India. As the city lies on the plateau of Central India, it is dominated by rocky relief, hence laying of underground sewerage network was a challenge.
A circular economy can eliminate waste. But an unfair trade regime will make poor countries into dumpyards
Over 140 professionals across the world discussed how to implement best management practices across the sanitation chain for both wastewater and FS management.
The week saw a mix of globally distinguished academic scholars, independent consultants, government officials, and non-government professionals.
CSE has helped the state governments of Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Bihar in developing policies/operative guidelines on faecal sludge and septage management.
WaterAid International has identified the partnership between CSE and WaterAid Bangladesh as an outstanding example in its category.
April 2, 2019
Sustainable management of water and wastewater is one of the essential prerequisites for development in modern times.