The Nile Basin Initiative is an intergovernmental organization that offers short training courses in various domains of water resource management. These include hydrology, transboundary water issues, and sustainability, with courses on water quality monitoring and assessment upcoming.
The ATREE doctoral programme in Conservation Science and Sustainability Studies is designed to train research scholars, to develop and use integrated approaches in sustainable development and biodiversity conservation. The programme promotes interdisciplinary research and frameworks of environmental processes at global, regional and local scales from the disciplines of ecology, economics, sociology, and climate science. The READ MORE
MSc in Conservation Practice, curated to create young environmental leaders whose interdisciplinary skills will add value to corporate social responsibility and sustainability offices, development and conservation NGOs and government line departments dealing with environment and development portfolios. This two year Masters program includes a focus area in freshwater quality monitoring and hydrology. Students participate in courses READ MORE
11 September, 2023 The UNEP GEMS/Water Capacity Development Centre’s (CDC) newest handbook, on Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment, is now available. The UNEP GEMS/Water CDC is currently leading the WWQA Capacity Development Consortium workstream, and in addition to coordinating the promotion and development of training products through the Consortium, the CDC also produces its own READ MORE
UNEP GEMS/Water CDC Free Handbooks on Freshwater Quality Monitoring.
UNEP GEMS/Water CDC Free Courses on Freshwater Quality Monitoring via UNEP eLearning Platform.
CETESB – Short Courses in Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment.
Boardgame that teaches principles of water quality by following drops of water that make their way to Lake Mwisho, suitable for children as young as 7.
16 June 2023 (firstname.lastname@example.org) From its beginnings in 2019, the World Water Quality Alliance has recognized the vital role that water quality monitoring plays in our collective endeavour to protect and restore freshwater ecosystems for both human and non-human benefit. It has also recognized that, despite the advances of scientific tools and techniques, there remains READ MORE