Mr. Rajendra Singh, the 2015 Stockholm Water Prize Winner, also known as the Waterman of India and elected by The Guardian as 'one of the 50 people who could save the planet' will join us for a workshop and 2 Webinars.
Saturday 3rd March 2018
REVIVING DANGEROUS LANDSCAPES workshop with Rajendra Singh on the Dartington Estate, Devon.
We can make a difference - join Rajendra Singh to hear how he has helped local communities to revive 7 monsoon rivers in India and Elina Bennetsen who tackles urban water challenges with citizen mobilisation. Together we will explore ways to create healthy river systems through community action in our own regions.
This event is a rare opportunity to plan for a better water future with a leader in this field.
The day will be hosted by the Flow Partnership with a poem spoken by Alice Oswald and lunch prepared by Dartington’s Syrian community. We accept donations to cover the costs with coffee and lunch.
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Sunday 4th March 2018
Webinar Nature's Nutrition - March 4th 11am: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/webinar-natures-nutrition-with-stockholm-water-prize-rajendra-singh-tickets-42455567746
Webinar Water Multiplier - March 4th 2pm: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/webinar-water-multiplier-the-flow-partnership-tickets-42806449242
The Water Web Weekend and the Summer School are events under the theme REVIVING DANGEROUS LANDSCAPES. More information on the Summer School will soon be available here soon.
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