Sustainable Water Demand Management

Explore the complex dynamics of natural and anthropogenic water processes, understand the human impact on global water systems, and delve into mitigation strategies used by governments and industries. Anticipate future innovations, evaluate the roles of individuals and businesses in water sustainability, and create effective strategies for organizational water management.
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9 goal industry innovation and infrastructure
11 goal sustainable cities and communities
13 goal climate action


November 15, 2023


4 weeks

Delivery Method

Face-to-face or Online


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Why choose this course?

Position yourself at the forefront of a rapidly-evolving industry

Network with your industry peers globally

Drive policy change and transition towards sustainable water management

Gain a competitive edge in your industry

Foster creativity and promote innovation in your organization hub

Identify investment opportunities and capitalize on emerging trends

Explore the latest sustainable water management strategies and technologies

Master design & implementation of sustainable water management solutions

Support UAE and global agendas at COP28 beyond

course topics

Gain knowledge and acquire new skills through the following modules:

Natural and Anthropogenic Water Processes: An Overview
Mitigating Anthropogenic Influences: Regulations, Technology, and Optimizations
Future of Water Systems: Innovations and Challenges
Roles and Impacts: Individual to Organizational Water Sustainability

key takeaways

On successful completion of this unit a participant should be able to:

Identify and articulate the components of natural water processes and explain the extent of human influence on these systems, assessing its environmental consequences.

Illustrate the structure and function of the anthropogenic water cycle, evaluating how government and industry employ regulations, technologies, and optimizations to mitigate the impact of human influence on the water cycle.

Anticipate and propose potential future innovations for developing a sustainable water system, taking into account the evolving challenges and needs associated with environmental sustainability and human welfare.

Evaluate the roles and potential impacts of individuals and businesses on water sustainability and create an effective plan for sustainable water practices within an organizational context.

who is this course for?

Sustainability officers within corporations.

Non-profit employees focusing on water sustainability.

Researchers in water management and sustainability.

Policy makers, urban planners, and environmental consultants.

Environmental Science, Urban Planning, and Civil Engineering students.

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course instructors

SEE Institute courses are created and delivered by the leading industry and education experts, who are at the forefront of sustainable change.   

Our faculty comprises experienced engineers who possess practical knowledge and skills for creating sustainable cities and are making headlines with their innovative perspectives.

By joining us, participants have the unique opportunity to learn from and network with our experts, gaining valuable insights and connections that can benefit their personal and professional growth.

Dr. Mohamed Irfan

Program Director

Dr. Irfan is our experienced Program Director responsible for continuously evolving our curriculum to anticipate future developments and innovation.

He works closely with leading experts to expose students to diverse perspectives and uses unique innovation frameworks and strategies to help students move from concept to action, fostering a culture of continuous learning and growth. Go from ‘thinking’ to ‘doing’ with Dr. Irfan’s guidance and expertise. He manages programs with world-class faculty to provide students with the highest quality education.

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