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urban water training

  • CEM 401- Urban Water Issues

    This course investigates urban water issues from the environmental management perspective. Course content reviews the ecosystem approach to understanding water as a resource, how science, policy, decision-making, ethics, and corporate approaches play out in the management of water in the urban setting. The international perspective explores the ...

    By School of the Environment-University of Toronto based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Online Course on Modelling Sanitation Systems

    The course is designed for professionals actively involved in the urban water cycle and/or wastewater treatment or those who have an interest in model application from a research point of view. Basic knowledge of urban drainage and sewerage, wastewater treatment processes, biochemistry and microbiology is required for successful completion of the ...

    By The International Water Association (IWA) based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Master of Integrated Water Management

    The challenges facing water managers across the world - flooding and urban design, rural water and sanitation, climate change, water and energy, water foot-printing - increasingly require leaders who are able to cross social, environmental and technological boundaries.

    By International WaterCentre (IWC) based in Brisbane, AUSTRALIA.

  • Online Course on Industrial Resource Management and Cleaner Production

    The course on Cleaner Production and the Water Cycle is directed at engineers and scientists working in the urban or industrial water field and wanting to have a better grasp at the efficient dealing with water. As such the module is of interest to engineers and scientists in the fields of urban, municipal and industrial sanitation, water-related ...

    By The International Water Association (IWA) based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Local Development Programme

    The Local Development Programme (LDP) was initiated as a result of the World Summit on Sustainable Development organised in Johannesburg in 2002, which acknowledged the key role of partnerships between the United Nations, civil society and academia, local authorities and the private sector in the advancement and successful realization of the ...

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