Hidden Crisis team reveal themselves in Edinburgh

reposted from: https://upgro-hidden-crisis.org/2016/12/07/2nd-project-workshop-meeting-edinburgh-21-24-nov-2016/ Overview and aims of the workshop Since our last project workshop, held in Addis Ababa Ethiopia in September 2015, the first main survey phase of the project (to survey the functionality and performance of a sub-sample of water…

UPGro at the RWSN Forum

Groundwater is critical to rural water supply - for many uses and in many parts of the world, not just in Africa. Therefore understanding of aquifers and how to use them sustainably is essential to tackling rural poverty. So that…

Invitation to the The Walker Institute “Big Event”

We are delighted to invite you to The Walker Institutes ‘Big Event’ at the University of Reading on Wednesday 14 December 2016.  An occasion not to be missed, the event will showcase creative and entertaining approaches to communicating about climate…

This is why there is a handpump in the car park – and what it has in common with a jet engine

On 17th September, the mystery surrounding the Samrat handpump which has been installed in the car park of Oxford University's School of Geography and the Environment was revealed. Learn more about the pump's research purpose at www.oxwater.uk/oxford-smart-handpump.html or download the presentation below. handpumpcarpark_17oct2016_final