Submitted by Water Team on 18 October, 2011 - 10:17
19/10/2011 - Start 18:30 End 20:30

The International Development Policy and Practice Panel (IDPPP) of the Institution of Civil Engineers, in collaboration with Haki Water, Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP), and Cranfiel

Project cost appraisal training by the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste

Submitted by Water Team on 29 September, 2011 - 10:32
< 1 week
The German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) is organizing a comprehensive course on

The Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus, Bonn2011 Conference

Submitted by Water Team on 20 September, 2011 - 17:04
Start 16/11/2011 - 16:58 End 18/11/2011 - 16:58

The German Federal Government is organizing the international “Bonn2011 Conference: The Water Energy and Food Security Nexus – Solutions for the Green Economy” to be held from 16 to 18 November. The conference has been announced by German Chancellor Angela Merkel as a specific German contribution to the UN Conference on Sustainable Development “Rio2012”.

IWA Development Congress- Kuala Lumpur, 21-24 November 2011

Submitted by Water Team on 19 September, 2011 - 17:30
Start 21/11/2011 (All day) End 24/11/2011 (All day)

Questioning current conditions, working collaboratively and developing innovative solutions are key to successful delivery of water and sanitation services and water cycle management in low and mid

Interview with Dr Reza Ardakanian Director of the UN-Water Decade Programme on Capacity Development (UNW-DPC)

Submitted by Water Team on 8 September, 2011 - 16:18

UN-Water interviewed Dr. Reza Ardakanian, director of the UN-Water Decade Office on Capacity Development (UN-WADOC).

Let’s reinvent the toilet but let’s not stop there!

Submitted by Water Team on 8 August, 2011 - 14:44

Last month the Bill and Melissa Gates Foundation asked researchers to reinvent the toilets “such that sewers are not required” (FSM, 2011).


Climate Change, Water and Food Security

Submitted by Cesar CARMONA-MORENO on 7 June, 2011 - 14:21

The impacts of climate change on the global hydrological cycle are
expected to vary the patterns of demand and supply of water for

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