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  • Reform Watershed and Water Resource Management

    Watersheds rarely coincide with jurisdictional boundaries. And water management laws and institutions frequently are limited to specific and narrow objectives — such as allocation of water supplies, construction of infrastructure, concern for endangered species, or administration of specific regulatory mandate, without enough attention to ...

    By Environmental Law Institute (ELI) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from Water Resources Program Training line

  • WRM 400 Water Resource Management

    WRM 400 is one of the required foundation courses of the Certificate in Water Resource Management.  It provides a critical overview of water issues with particular reference to the connections between water and broad economic activities and social goals such as food production, energy, transboundary water conflicts and co-operation, and human ...

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

  • Integrated Water and Coastal Areas Management

    Integrated Watershed and Coastal Areas Management (IWCAM) is a holistic approach for the management of aquatic resources and ecosystems on a sustainable basis. This approach is necessary in Caribbean islands given small land sizes and the highly integrated and interlinked nature of watersheds and coastal zones. CEHI's work in this programme area ...

    By Caribbean Environmental Health Institute based in Castries, ST. LUCIA.

  • Conserve Wetlands

    The Environmental Law Institute’s Wetlands Program provides professionals and the public with timely, balanced information on wetlands law, policy, science, and management in order to prevent wetlands loss and result in a net gain of wetlands across the United States.

    By Environmental Law Institute (ELI) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from Water Resources Program Training line

  • Training

    Check back here in the future for information on our scheduled training programs. We will be offering training on OASIS, our water resources modeling software, and workshops demonstrating the use of Computer Aided Negotiations (CAN) to resolve multi-party water resources management disputes.

    By HydroLogics, Inc. based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Protect Water Quality

    Water quality depends upon well-defined water quality standards and criteria, consistent and well-constructed monitoring and evaluation programs, and a legal framework that produces effective incentives to control public and private activities that may result in water pollution and the degradation of aquatic habitat.

    By Environmental Law Institute (ELI) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from Water Resources Program Training line

  • Training

    Aquaveo conducts first-class training courses in water resources modeling on a continuing basis throughout the year. All Aquaveo instructors have many years of experience in software development of computer programs for scientific modeling and visualization. Aquaveo offers Continuing Education Units for each course to assist customers in meeting ...

    By Aquaveo, LLC. based in South Jordan, UTAH (USA).

  • Capacity Building Previous Training Courses

    SIWI partnered with Ramboll Natura to provide interactive and cross- disciplinary International Training Programmes in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM )and Transboundary Water Management (TWM) that focused on local and global challenges.

    By Stockholm International Water Institute based in Stockholm, SWEDEN.

  • Watershed Management Training

    SERDP and ESTCP efforts are developing and demonstrating the science, models, tools, and methods needed to understand and manage DoD’s land and water resources and sustain their use for military training and testing lands while meeting stewardship requirements.

  • 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).

  • Training

    The professionals at WEST Consultants are recognized specialists in water resources engineering, hydrology, hydraulics, sediment transport, and fluvial geomorphology. WEST routinely provides training courses throughout the United States and abroad to both government agencies and the private sector for these areas of engineering analysis.

  • State Groundwater Monitoring Programs

    Groundwater is a critical component of the United States’ water resources. Approximately 75 percent of community water systems in the United States rely on groundwater.

    By National Ground Water Association (NGWA) based in Westerville, OHIO (USA).

  • Wetland Delineation Methodologies Training

    We provide training on the methodologies used in the 1987 Wetland Delineation Manual (with subsequent clarification memoranda) and the local Interim Regional Supplement*. This training has been based in part on the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Wetlands Delineation Manual Technical Report Y-87-1 (1987 manual), as provided for in the training ...

    By Richard Chinn Environmental Training, Inc. based in Brandon, FLORIDA (USA).

  • 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.

  • LEED Training

    SEEDS provides essential and advanced courses in Building performance simulation software as well as LEED Green Associate & LEED Accredited Professional exam preparation courses every couple of months with a defined aim of leveraging the culture of sustainability in the AEC industry. For the most sought after LEED GA course, individual and ...

    By SEEDS based in Mkalles, LEBANON.

  • Clean Water Act Auditing for Industrial Facilities

    This 1-day course is designed for individuals who audit or plan to audit facilities for compliance with Clean Water Act (CWA) programs. The course covers such essential topics as auditing protocols and tools, water auditing resources, audit policies and incentives, an overview and review of CWA programs, physical features to inspect, records to ...

    By Trinity Consultants based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA). from Environmental Auditing Training line

  • Education & Career Guidance in Environmental Law

    Nancy Marks is a Senior Attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council in New York City, where she represents national and local public interest groups in defending the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and other environmental litigation in Federal courts. With NRDC, over the past 20 years, she ...

    By Enviro Education based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from Online Environmental Management Programs Training line

  • Armed Conflict and the Environment

    All too frequently, armed conflict is inextricably entwined with the environment. Natural resources can contribute to conflict, fuel armed conflict, and be targeted by combatants; natural resources can also facilitate post-conflict peacebuilding and recovery. Shortages of water and other natural resources can exacerbate existing ethnic and ...

    By Environmental Law Institute (ELI) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from ELI’s International Programs Training line

  • Hydrochemistry Course

    This course aims to provide an understanding of natural groundwater chemistry, which is an important tool in managing groundwater resources and water quality, in particular. It will provide a basic skill set which will address many pressing challenges facing groundwater hydrogeologists in Australia. These include, but are not limited to, examples ...

  • Green Infrastructure Training

    From March 2013, this Free CEU webinar addresses Green Infrastructure in the U.S. and abroad and touches on the U.S. rules and regulations for G.I. implementation.

    By StormwaterONE.com based in Meriden, CONNECTICUT (USA). from Free Training Training line

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