In the run-up to the World Water Day 2016, let’s become ambassadors for change. Let’s address water scarcity utilizing options beyond the conventional!
The Non Conventional Water Resources (NCWR) Programme in the Mediterranean, a multi-stakeholder programme, with activities in water scarce insular communities in Greece, Malta, Cyprus and Italy, was ranked 2nd best out of 9 water showcases globally at the 7th World Water Forum in Korea.
The Institute of Applied Science at the Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology (MCAST) opened its doors to the public, on Thursday, 26 March, for the inauguration of its newly installed greywater recycling system and green roof, at the presence of Hon. Chris Agius, Parliamentary Secretary for Research, Innovation, Youth & Sport, and Prof. Michael Scoullos, Chairman of the Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean (GWP-Med).
A press event was held at the Athalassa Center for Environmental Education on December 2nd, 2014 to mark the conclusion of the first phase of implementation works for the installation of new and the reinstatement of existing greywater reuse and rainwater harvesting systems at public schools and centres of environmental education.
The National Consultation on Non Conventional Water Resources (NCWR) Management will be held on Tuesday, May 6th, at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta, Malta.
The Alter Aqua Video Game was developed by GWP-Med in the framework of the Non Conventional Water Resources (NCWR) Programme in Malta - Alter Aqua, as a helpful tool to raise awareness and sensitize primary and secondary school students on the use of non conventional water resources and water saving in everyday life.
We are pleased to announce the winners for school competition, “The Gift of Rain”, organised in the framework of the Rainwater Harvesting (RWH) programme in the Greek islands, part of the environmental progamme “Mission Water” of Coca-Cola HBC & Coca-Cola Hellas.