The India-UK Water Centre funded workshop on Enhancing Freshwater Monitoring through Earth Observation being held over three days in Stirling, UK 19th – 21st June 2017 and convened by Andrew Tyler (Stirling University) and Mihir Dash (IIT Karagpur) is underway.
The first day has seen a very interesting and diverse range of presentations from Indian and UK delegates, and we are all looking forward to Day 2 which involves a field trip to Loch Leven.
The Activity Report from the IUKWC's inaugural workshop workshop held in Pune 29 Nov-1 Dec 2016 is now available here.
A water security initiative between major India and UK research funding bodies is announced today.
The virtual India-UK Water Centre will stimulate collaboration between the two countries and address significant water availability and sustainable water management issues in both the UK and India.
The IUKWC Open Network is an online, searchable database of individuals and organisations based in the UK or India with research interests in water security. It will be used by the India-UK Water Centre to disseminate communications, circulate calls for new activities and identify participants for commissioned activities. The network is open for anyone to register.