you are invited to attend on Thursday, March 26 at 15:00-15:45 CET, the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA) hosted webinar on the topic of “Broadening the Horizon of Sanitation Monitoring: Operationalising the Sanitation Ladder in Post-2015”. Registration (free of charge) for the webinar will take place here: http://www.susana.org/en/webinar-registration.

Wednesday February 18, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM NEW YORK EST time

 

SEI is pleased to announce that will be holding WEAP trainings this autumn on three continents.

 

Stockholm, Sweden - September 8-12

Nairobi, Kenya - October 13 – 17

Bangkok, Thailand - November 3-7

 

All trainings will be in English and led by SEI staff members.

Registration is open to the public and will be first come first serve.

 

There are 30 available spaces for participants. The training will include:

 

 

The Latin American and Caribbean Environmental Economics Program (LACEEP) is organizing its VI Environmental and Resource Economics Training Course, titled “Water and Climate Change” which will be carried out at CATIE’s headquarters in Turrialba, Costa Rica from July 23 to August 3, 2012.

 

The course will examine the economics of climate change impacts and adaption with respect to a variety of water resources planning and policy issues, including the following:

 

1. Water resources infrastructure investment decisions;

 

The participants get familiar with economic efficiency in designing water utilities and their components, in rationalizing operation and maintenance and in rehabilitating systems. Transparent and reliable cost comparison calculations. Starting with the systematic of infrastructure project appraisal methods in practical use and their pros and cons, the main focus is on dynamic cost comparison calculation. By applying this tool least cost solutions can be selected that are most suitable in water supply and wastewater disposal whenever mandatory targets have to be met.

 

This training gives a broad overview of relevant management practice and operational knowhow. The worldwide setup and the various types of associations.

The training will be conducted in the offices of the European Water Association (EWA) and the German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) with participation of the International Water Association (IWA) in order, additionally, to ensure practice and to learn from the experiences of these international, regional and national associations. 

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