Conferences are a large part of both the academic and professional worlds. Hosted by ‘professional associations’ such as AWWA, WEF, and local water groups, the goal of these events is to share ideas, knowledge, new technology, and experiences, to solve problems, address challenges, and make changes in the sector. They often offer continuing education creditsContinue reading “Navigating professional conferences as a YP”
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Has COVID increased water pollution?
COVID-19 outbreak affected almost all countries infected more than 460 million people, of which approximately 6 million died. More than half of the world’s population experienced a lockdown, which led to unprecedented reductions in economic activity. Apart from the interrupted human activities including but not limited to transportation and travel (water, air, road), commercial activitiesContinue reading “Has COVID increased water pollution?”
Managing the Pandemic: Use of WBE and examples from Canada
The COVID-19 pandemic marks its 2nd anniversary this month, and weirdly, it alternatively feels to us like that day was either forever ago or just yesterday. As graduate students, one thing is for sure: the pandemic permanently transformed the way we work and live our lives. As it is also World Water Day today, weContinue reading “Managing the Pandemic: Use of WBE and examples from Canada”