Monthly Archives: February 2016

Free Webinar: Using Software for Successful Project Design

Forester University has been known as one of the leading sources of information in terms of water and wastewater, especially through their magazines Water Efficiency and Stormwater, as well as, their informative webinars provided by various sponsors. One such upcoming … Continue reading

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FREE Webinar: Smart Water Migration: The Right Time at the Right Pace

This complimentary webinar is sponsored by Neptune Technology Group and presented by the American Water Works Association (AWWA). Date: March 31, 2016 Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM MT REGISTER NOW Facing limited resources and a rapidly changing workforce, how … Continue reading

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Surface Water Master Class Series (ForesterMedia)

Webinars have been trending for some time now since they are one of the means by which persons can connect and learn across different geographic locations in an easy an efficient manner. Even though our company may not be able … Continue reading

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Capitalism and Water…a scary thought?

We all know that water is unevenly distributed throughout the world. With only 1% of the world’s freshwater (2.5%) being easily accessible and about 650 million people in the world “not having access to safe water” (WaterAid America, 2016), we all … Continue reading

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Japan and UNDP launch climate change project in eight Caribbean countries

Originally posted on caribbeanclimate:
Members of the J-CCCP Project Board following the project launch The government of Japan and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched the US$15 million Japan-Caribbean climate change partnership (J-CCCP) on Thursday, in line with the…

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IDB fund climate change adaptation programme in Tobago involving underwater sculptures

Originally posted on caribbeanclimate:
Buccoo Reef, Tobago The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has provided US$500,000 in grant financing to The Cropper Foundation in Trinidad and Tobago to implement a pilot programme utilizing underwater sculptures as a unique approach to climate…

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