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Water supply & sanitation

The Climate Resilience Network supports universities to develop resilience to climate change both within their institution and their communities, to share knowledge and best practice, and a platform for universities to connect with policymakers and develop effective approaches to resilience and disaster preparedness.

Supports responsible ICT research and innovation and digital ethics in disaster risk management. This is a sub-list of CEMORE-GLOBAL

List for those involved in energy/water management and conservation in University amd College buildings to discuss, share and exchange information, experience and ideas.

The Social Exclusion & Transport Network (SETnet) list is to support policy research into the link between social exclusion & poor public transport. It will be of interest to transport researchers, social policy specialists, urban regeneration experts as well as practioners and policy makers.

The Scottish Technology and Industry Collections and Knowledge network aims to promote care and enjoyment of these ollections. Through research, stewardship and advocacy, STICK will encourage wider engagement with technological and industrial collections across Scotland.

The UK-CARE, founded in 2000, is a non-profit international organisation with long-term missions providing a platform to promote the collaboration between universities, research institutes and industries both in the UK/EU and China.

UK Collaboratorium for Research on Infrastructure and Cities (UKCRIC) communications for its internal community

A list to facilitate communication of a new network of UK and Malaysian (principally early career) academics recently created via a British Council Researcher Links workshop (see www.urban-groundwater.net)

A list for discussion and information exchange relating to applied research in the water supply and sanitation sector. Intended for those with a research interest in the UK and developing nations, discussion focuses on priorities, funding and a range of multi-sectoral topics in the sector.

For discussion or information exchange relating to research on water distribution systems (WDS). For those with an interest in the unique features of WDS and the complexities of the modelling for analysis, design and optimized operation (including water quality, quantity, reliability).

A general list for discussing, and sharing information on, a broad range of water resources issues in the social and physical sciences, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary and critical perspectives.

The list has been setup to facilitate discussion relating to international and national water law.