Water Scarce Cities: Thriving in a Finite World (Self-Paced)

Water Scarce Cities: Thriving in a Finite World (Self-Paced)

Population growth, economic expansion, and, to a lesser extent, climate change are exacerbating already Water Scarce Cities. The Water Scarce Cities Initiative is collaborating with partners to improve water management approaches to establish a global network of practitioners and experts, and to facilitate technical assistance to build resilience against climate change.

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MOHAMMAD

- Dec 7, 2020
Nice Course

Romina

- Jul 16, 2020
Hi! I can´t enroll on the course, apparently due to problems on the web page. Is that ok? How can I do to enroll? Thanks a lot!

Pawan

- Jun 17, 2020
Water is not only a declared human right, necessary for life and health, but is also a key input into the global economy, powering manufacturing, turning energy turbines, and nourishing crops and livestock. Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 addresses the sustainable management of water and includes the preservation of water-related ecosystems, including wetlands, rivers, aquifers and lakes.

Christian

- May 21, 2020
Nice concept

Md. Babar

- Apr 18, 2020
good

David

- Mar 18, 2020
Improve water management is a good for all of us. Good course.

Vedat

- Feb 20, 2020
Good

Ki

- Jan 27, 2020
Efficient use of water becomes more and more important!
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