The purpose of the training was to create an enabling environment for mainstreaming sustainable water management in urban and rural India with focus on rainwater harvesting (RWH).
Indian banks and financial institutions are considered the pillars of economic growth. They have immense potential to influence environmental sustainability and bridge the gaps between development and environmental degradation through their project financing. However, in recent years, this sector has faced difficult times due to growing numbers of Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) or bad loans. One of the factors responsible for this is inadequate Environment and Social (E&S) risks management.
(December 12-14, 2016, Lagos, Nigeria) Organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), India in collaboration with
CSE is organising the following training programmes in partnership with CIUD, Nepal. Sustainable water management systems like harvesting rainwater and decentralised wastewater treatment including reuse and recycle can substantially increase the availability of water in areas where supply is scarce and has also become an economical and ecological benefit. The details of the programme (s) is as follows:
February 12-15, 2012
Date: December 15-17, 2011 Social Impact Assessment (SIA) is an important tool to inform decision makers, regulators and stakeholders, about the possible social and economic impact of a proposed project. To be effective, it requires the active involvement of all concerned stakeholders.