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Laura Schifman, PhD Dec 17
For my fellow , please participate in our 10 min survey for women practitioners & researchers in drinking water, wastewater, stormwater fields. We want to see which challenges women face while working towards leadership positions.
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Dacotah Splichalova Mar 8
Growing up, my mother reminded me daily, "choose who you want to be." From this exercise, a strength grew in me like waves in the sea. Nothing is more soft and yielding than water, yet for attacking the solid, and strong, nothing is better; It has no equal."
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Núria Catalán Mar 27
Blaize Denfeld shares with us her motivation to be a , today from the don’t miss it! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Lynne Ruddick Aug 13
training went well last night. Our relay team of 6 women is ready for the challenge & raising money for ! The window starts on 5th September. Please sponsor us
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Well Beyond Aug 8
Welll Beyond team members spend as much time as is needed with members to understand their needs and plans. The time spent before we install anything significantly reduces system failure over time. Our head to in Stockholm for
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Alice Chautard 💦 Jan 24
There's no shortage of women working in . 👩‍💼💦Are you looking to know who they are? To find out what great work they're doing? What wise things they have to say? I've created a : help me grow it by tagging other 👇
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UN-Water 24 Mar 18
More than 125 women and young professionals join speakers list. Are you a young or female water professional who would love to speak at World Water Week, but you don’t know how to get the attention of convenors?
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UN Women 22 Jun 17
Do you know a water project that has benefited from women's voices? Tell your story!
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Mission Blue 27 May 18
. celebrates champion women ocean conservationists! via
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GWP Eastern Africa Mar 3
" Because every drop counts, get everyone involved in management to save it", Jonathan Kisakye, Head of Programs, Tree Talk Plus, Kampala, Uganda. .
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Shannon Cunniff Aug 26
Climate change means we need to rapidly adapt our water and land management practices to ensure ecosystems provide vital services and functions to advance human quality of life.
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KAENON Aug 8
Deep sea style. @astrid_degruchy . . 🕶️ || Driver - Gold + Tortoise 👁️ || Brown 12 Coastal Green Mirror . .
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Unie v Waterschappen 10 Jul 17
Help promote the role of women in water governance through the photo contest : (deadline July 31th)
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ICPDR Mar 7
"There are many successful female representatives at the . But there is still much to do which means making sure that we have female high level representatives, experts & speakers, & making them visible" Susanne Brandstetter, PP EG
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Quintilia López 27 Jul 17
Determined, enthusiastic and engaged to solve water issues and to promote
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SIWI Mar 19
Dr Jackie King wins the 2019 ! She has advanced the scientific understanding of water flows, giving decision-makers tools to assess the real costs and benefits of river system development:
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World Water Day YEG 8 Mar 18
Celebrate with us March 22 with a talk from Dr. Steinhauer on . Water has spirit. How do we relate to it? How do we respect it?
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UNU-GEST 28 Aug 17
Woman member of the Sustainable Rural Housing Project. Querétaro, Mexico.
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SIWI 3 Apr 18
Time to take the stage at ! If you haven't already, sign up to our speakers directories today - open for Young Professionals and :
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GWP CEE 8 Mar 18
"Women are prone to invest their time, energy and profits to their communities. Empower these inherent water managers by equal access to water and its management, and see what happens when they get more time for education and productive activities!"
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