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. Every person, household, company or community can contribute to this effort by mobilizing finances and labor. Thus, water management, from water conservation to water pollution, must become everybody’s business.MORE +
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|Workshop on Rainwater Harvesting Systems|
|Virtual Workshop with NCR planning board: Water Secure NCR|
|IWA Webinar Series Lecture by Dr Suresh Rohilla on Nature Based Solutions for Sustainable Uraban Water Management and flood Resilience|
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Capacity Building Initiative on Making Ganga Basin Cities Water-Sensitive
गंगा बेसिन के शहरों को जल संवेदनशील बनाने के लिए क्षमता निर्माण पहल
|C-GINS (Compendium of Green Infrastructure Network Systems)|
|CSE U.P PSU & TSU initiative on mainstreaming Citywide Sanitation and FSSM|
|Singapore International Water Week 2021|
|Water Management in a Climate Risked World: New Challenges|
|Importance of Sanitization with Dr.Rohilla-Podcast|
|Can river Yamuna be rejuvenated? – Podcast with Dr.Rohilla
08 OCT 2020
|Opportunities for Co-Treatment of Septage at Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) - Webinar|
|Repository of COVID-19 Resources
|Repository of COVID-19 Resources- Communication Collaterals (Audios and Videos)|
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Odisha’s septage treatment infrastructure best in the country, says workshop organised by New Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and Department of Housing and Urban Development of Odisha
An eye opening video; How people respond upon asking "where does your excreta go? To map physical flow of excreta in settlements you can use 'Shit Flow Diagrams' . To learn more about Excreta Flow Diagram Watch this
Featuring evergreen stories of some real change-makers who have lead by example at the ground-level
CSE has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Cooperative Research Centre For Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) and Alluvium International, Australia as knowledge partners for mainstreaming Water Sensitive Urban Design and Planning (WSUDP) in India.
The Uttar Pradesh State Septage Management Policy was approved by Uttar Pradesh Cabinet on October 22, 2019.
CSE has been advocating the use of SFDs for understanding the sanitation situation of the cities and then developing city sanitation plans based on the understanding of sanitation status for quite some time now.