W@tskills-India 2021

And the winner W@tskills-India 2021:

[Watch the W@tskills-India 2021: Finals & Awarding] Team ‘Aqua Bankers’ won the first fully online W@tskills event. This event focused on Climate Adaptation and the role of Water in various parts India. With the concept ‘Serve to Conserve’ the team co-cocreated an out-of-the-box concept based on Water as Leverage for clean rivers in India. Team representatives Vivek V.S. (Kerala, India) and Drashti Oza (Gujarat, India) were exited: ‘It was an amazing journey. Everybody worked really hard and it was not easy to coordinate with different timelines. We met a lot of experts, who shoed really interest in our topic. It was an amazing place and opportunity.’ Watch the Pitch of team member Sanziana Bituleanu (Romania). Other team members: Sofi Azilan (Indonesia), Sameeran Purofit (Gujarat, India) and Vignesh Kesavan (Tamil Nadu, India).   The jury panel of W@tskills-India 2021 consisted of chair Kartikeya Sarabhai, Centre of Environment Education (India), Eustathia Bofilatos, Department of Water & Sanitation...

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Keynotes W@tskills-India 2021

During coming W@tskills event in India (2-13 January), a leader in Water / Climate Adaptation will have a keynote presentation for the 30 participants. The guests will inspire the participants, coaches and involved experts with their ideas, experiences and pictures to the future. All keynotes will be online starting 13.45 India Time / 9.15 Europe Time. 5 January 2021: Supratim Bhattacharjee (Environmental Photographer from India), see below some of his pictures. Supratim will talk about his prizewinning projects: Sinking Sundarbans and The Curse of Coal 6 January: Durk Krol - Water Europe (Maning Director Water Europe, the network for water organisations in Europe from Brussels) 7 January 2021: Kartikeya Sarabhai (Founding Director of Centre of Environment Education in Ahmedabad, India) 8 January: Ap Verheggen (Climate Artist from The Netherlands, creator of the SunGlacier). Ap Verheggen will present his SunGlacier project to absorb water from the air with solar energy. He...

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Dry-run W@tskills-India 2021

2 January 2021 is the day that we will start our first full online W@tskills programme Wetskills and local host Centre for Environment Education for W@etskills-India 2021 invited the selected participants from India and other countries (Oman, South Africa, Syria and Iran) to have a 'dry-run' session, an online ZOOM meeting to introduce the programme and prepare the participants for the coming weeks. Follow us from 2-13 January. Block your agenda on 13 January for the Finals & Awarding...

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