Save the date: Friday 28th November 2014
Timing: 0900 – 1700, lunch provided.
Place: Overseas Development Institute, 203 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NJ, UK
To register to attend, or watch online, visit: www.odi.org/events/4037-groundwater-poverty-development and click on “Register”
This one-day meeting, jointly convened by the UPGro Knowledge Broker Team and ODI’s Water Policy Programme, will showcase current research and practice concerning groundwater and its role in poverty alleviation and development. The meeting will highlight research needs and identify good practices.
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The 41st IAH Congress is coming at an end. It has been a brilliant week for learning more about the importance of hydrogeology and the latest developments in groundwater science.
Continue reading A successful IAH Congress comes to a close
In his key note speech, Professor Richard Carter urged the delegation at the 41st IAH Congress to do more to explain why groundwater matters and why hydrogeological science is important.
Continue reading “Groundwater: So What?” Keynote by Prof. Richard Carter