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CEEW explores incentives to encourage better water data and measurement in urban India
27 May 2013

The fourth edition of a series of CEEW-Veolia Roundtable Discussions on Urban Water Resources Management was organised at the World Wildlife Fund auditorium today. The discussion mainly focused on data required for urban water planning/management and explored whether an incentive-based framework in the urban water sector could help encourage better data collection and dissemination practices in India. Besides, the discussion also identified problems faced by households and slum-dwellers, industries and utilities due to lack of data; technologies being used for water related data retrieval in India and role of different institutions in promoting information system and integrated urban water management. The participants also identified potential steps that could be taken for incremental phase-by-phase planning for Integrated Urban Water Management (IUWM) and the cost implications.

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