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Residual water: primary factors for sustainable water management

22 March 2018, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm (CET)                                

  

Content:

The team of GOAL-DAAD network is pleased to invite you to participate in the webinar "Residual water, primary factor for sustainable water management". The main points that will be addressed in the webinar are:

1. Waste water
2. Integrated water resources management
3. Environmental eco-efficiency
4. Gray Water Footprint and its importance
5. Wastewater reuse. Study case in Monterrey - Mexico
6. General conclusions

The target audience are members of the Alumniportal Deutschland with knowledge of the Spanish language and who investigate, work or are involved and interested in the integrated management of water resources. The organizers and exhibitors of the webinar are interested in sharing their experience and serving as a platform for international experts to comment, analyze, discuss and establish joint working relationships to collaborate in the development of future projects related to water optimization as a vital resource for human beings.

Webinar language: Spanish                                     

Duration: 1,5 h          

 

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Experts

  • René Dávila René Dávila
  • Carmen Rojas Carmen Rojas
  • María Álvarez María Álvarez

René Alberto Dávila Pórcel is a Civil Engineer, Master in Environmental Management and Audits and PhD in Geosciences. His academic training was developed in Bolivia, Spain, Mexico, and Germany. He is a member of the National System of Researchers of Mexico, a member of the GOAL-DAAD Network as National Coordinator of Bolivia, Young Ambassador of the DAAD-Mexico (2017-2018), member of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) and member of the National Network of Sustainable Environmental Geo-resources of Mexico.

He is Research-Professor at the Faculty of Civil Engineering (FIC) and Coordinator of the Innovation, Transfer and Entrepreneurship Office of the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (UANL) in Mexico. He works on projects related to integrated water resources management, groundwater management, geographic information systems development and remote sensing for industry 4.0, to contribute to the sustainable urban development.

Carmen Rojas holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology and a Master's Degree in Environmental Sciences and Public Policies, with a specialization in Hydrogeology and Geological Engineering from tropical and subtropical countries, from the University of Tübingen. She has participated in several courses, workshops, and training in Latin America, Europe, and Asia, related to environmental management, water resources, and local development. She is a member of the Association of Geologists of Paraguay, Association of Water Resources of Paraguay, and is the National Coordinator of Paraguay of the GOAL-DAAD Network.

She taught at public and private universities in Paraguay. She worked in public and private institutions. Nowadays, she is working in national and international consultancies in environmental management, water resources, and local development.

María del Carmen Álvarez Enciso is a Civil Engineer from the Universidad Santo Tomas de Colombia. She has a specialization in Hydrogeology and Geological Engineering from tropical and subtropical countries from the University of Tübingen, Germany. She did an internship in Geographic Information Systems applied to hydrological models in Padua, Italy, and completed the Master of Environmental Sciences and Public Policy in Paraguay. She is member of the GOAL-DAAD Network and member of the Paraguayan Association of Water Resources.

She worked in different entities, companies, and institutions, such as Itaipu Binacional, Yacyretá, Pilcomayo Commission, as director of a Monitoring Center, and also as an associate researcher of a research institute on climate change and water resources. In addition to the national consultancies, she has made and carries out international consultancies for FAO, IDB, World Bank: for 15 years she has been an independent consultant in hydrology, hydraulics, water resources, climate change and environmental impact assessments.

March 2018

Comments

S.K.Tiwari
16 September 2018

Dear Sir ,Wishing you Ever Success .
i am Civil Engineering graduate with 40 years successful experiences in Water Resources Urban/Rural/Tourist infrastructure developments.Where several water related problems & supplies in crises areas has been planned with Innovative Design & concepts for Best Use of Water Wealth.
Sir ,Our GOD is giving sufficient Rains .But we are using about 1/3 & remaining is flowing back to sea. This can be planed to save / secure / use by innovative designs/concepts. Secondly it is realiased that after 30 years developments of water recharge works ,the ground water is going below & below with increase of contamination/pollution/sea water intrusion .This is alarming to review /search & research to redesign the structure/ system to achieve perfect recharge .Thirdly it is realized that the rainfall in water Reservoir area are more then plain or forest area. We feel more coolness around Reservoir then forest .This is also required to study for getting more precipitation.
If you think the comments are useful for (1)using more Rain water (2) More ground water recharge (3) More precipitation ,then kindly guide me o proceed for the Best Use of World Water Wealth.

Bettina Onyango
16 July 2018

Dear Olman Mora Navarro,
Thank you very much for your interest in the webinar, which was organized together with the Geo-Network of Latin American–German Geoscientists and Geoengineers (GOAL). In the near future, no other webinar on waste water will be held.
Kind regards!

Olman Mora Navarro
13 July 2018

Buen tema, cuando hay otro webinar relacionado con aguas residuales

Olman Mora
M.Ambiente-Costa Rica

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