EVENTS FROM GWP CHINA

GWP China and WRI Join Hands in Strength

On March 2, 2017, as our loyal regional partner, the World Resources Institute (WRI) will sign the Memorandum of Understanding with GWP China. The signing ceremony will convene top leaders of GWP China and WRI at global level in Beijing.
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Internal Capacity Building

The capacity building workshop of GWP China Provincial and River Basin Secretariats will be organized on March 27-28, 2017, in Yunnan Province, China.
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Survey on Water Rate Reform in Hebei

GWP China and close partner WRI work on supporting relevant governmental agencies in identifying pros and cons of the new management tools applied in water rate reform and their impacts on the sector of energy and water resources, as well as private businesses and local communities based on financial leverage.
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Wastes or Worth?

Wastewater is worth via treatment technique to be energies, resources or materials. It will be proved by marvelous cases reflecting how Chinese and Indian deal with their sewage, on Wednesday, 30 August, 14.00-15.30, in NL Music Hall Musiksalen, Stockholm, Sweden.
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Call for Papers on Estuary and Coast

The International Conference on Estuaries and Coasts is expecting for the research papers. All authors of the selected papers will be invited to the event.
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GWP in Lancang-Mekong Water Resources Cooperation

Sponsored by the Ministry of Water Resources of PRC, GWP, GWP Southeast Asia and GWP China formed an agreeable bridge between governmental authorities on the Lancang-Mekong River Basin. Each country sent officials to the training programme organized by Lancang-Mekong Water Resources Cooperation Center from late November to early December 2017.
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World Water Day 2018

March 19 to 24, 2018, the 8th World Water Forum is organized in Brasilia, Brazil. The theme is "Sharing Water".
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Forum of Volunteer Service and Public Participation in River Basin Management

In December 2016, China issued a document to implement a river chief system nationwide. A river chief, as the name suggests, is responsible for the management and protection of watercourses, as well as preventing pollution and restoring the water ecology. Government officials are hired as river chiefs at provincial, city, county and township levels. Heads of provincial regions will be general chiefs that are responsible for all rivers and lakes in the region.