Water + Education: Having been associated with the education ecosystem for some time now, I think it

Akhil Kishore
Water + Education: Having been associated with the education ecosystem for some time now, I think it would be very beneficial for top leaders in the education sector to participate in events related to water.

There are education boards, bodies like education NGOs, content/curriculum developers, environmental studies educators, student volunteer platforms etc.

Some of the benefits: Imagine a board of education taking a call on how students in their system should learn more about water and how they can contribute.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has over 15,000 schools under their umbrella with more than 15Million students in their system. They mandate schools to allocate budgets for everything from studies to sports to extra curriculum activities.

Just a thought.
lyseconcept jean Marius
lyseconcept jean Marius Hello Akhil
I quite agree with you and that's why I developed a conference on Organic Wastewater.
I've realized that today no one knows exactly what the sewage.
I approach the respect for water by its use for daily needs of a house to the presence of bacteria in the fecal material.
When a person sick, she takes antibiotics, it is advised to renew its intestinal flora. But those who speak wastewater speak of pathogens and other devilry which however comes from the famous intestinal flora. Why are these micro organisms are bacterial flora in our body and become virus in sewage? yet they have not changed, it is always the same.
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