Webinars

CRITICAL URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE : WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
SPEAKERS: MS. MEESHA TANDON (URBAN, WATER, CLIMATE EXPERT): CLIMATE CHANGE PRAXIS MR. GBOYEGA OLORUNFEMI (ECODISTRICTS ACCREDITED PROFESSIONAL, CEO ENVIROMAX GLOBAL): ENHANCING CLIMATE ACTIONS THROUGH SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISES MR. STEVEN LIAROS (DIRECTOR, POLISPLAN): PLANNING FOR A NETWORK OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY VILLAGES #WATER #CLIMATE #CLIMATE CHANGE #SHORTCOURSES
WATER WEBINAR #3
INTEGRATED URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT (PART 2): CLIMATE AND URBAN PERSPECTIVES
INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: URBAN AND CLIMATE PERSPECTIVES (MS. MEESHA TANDON)
URBAN LAKE MANAGEMENT: MR. ANAND MALLIGAVAD
Do you want to bring about a change but don’t know where to start? You are in the right place!
We look at the potential impacts of climate change on water resources and some potential solutions. We also hear Mr. Anand’s story of determination to bring life back to parched cities through revival of lakes with the community 
#CLIMATE #URBAN #CLIMATECHANGE #URBANWATER #WATERESOURCE #IUWRM #IUWM #IWRM



WATER WEBINAR #2
INTEGRATED URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT (IWRM), MEESHA TANDON, ANNALIEKE LANINGA
SESSION 1: CATCHMENT BASED APPROACH TO PLANNING (MEESHA TANDON)
SESSION 2: THE POWER OF COLLABORATION – STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN IWRM (ANNELIEKE LANINGA)
Planning for Water Resources needs a catchment-based approach; and engagement with stakeholders at multiple levels is crucial for success. An IWRM approach towards participatory management of basins to minimize ecological impact can lead the way. There is a little bit every one of us can do in our everyday lives towards this! 
#WATERMANAGEMENT #WATER #WATERCONSERVATION #IWRM #STAKEHOLDERS #STAKEHOLDERCONSULTATIONS

WATER SERIES #1
WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE
SPEAKERS: MEESHA TANDON, HARSHAD DHANDE
Water is likely to be the most critical concern over the next century and the impacts of climate change are likely to exacerbate the problem. We will discuss some of the national and international frameworks impacting water sector and look at the need for conservation of water as a crucial component under the National Mission on water
Facebook
YouTube
LinkedIn