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INITIATIVES & EVENTS
"Digital Technology – the Next Generation of Water Mixing" - Watts Water Technologies 2017 (Paper)
Mass CEC Internship Opportunity
MassCEC is a quasi-public agency working to build the cleantech ecosystem and economy in Massachusetts. Our investments team makes debt and equity investments in early-stage cleantech and clean energy companies in the Commonwealth. We are seeking a January- or spring-term graduate-level intern, preferably MBA, to help us evaluate investment opportunities in areas such as water and energy storage.This is a great opportunity to get exposure to venture capital and build your knowledge of the cleantech space. You can learn more about our investments team and portfolio on our website. To apply, please send an email to email@example.com with a resume and description of your interest and eligibility. The time commitment per week is flexible depending on your schedule. We will structure the internship to provide academic credit through your academic institution.
Frontiers in Groundwater Irrigation
Thursday, April 6th, 12-2pm @ Building 1, Room 242
With erratic rainfall patterns, more frequent drought occurrences, and the poor management and distribution of water in large publicly owned irrigation systems, farmers are drilling their own deep tubewells or shallow boreholes, and relying more on groundwater for irrigation. There is little information on aquifer characteristics and recharge rates, as well as inadequate ground water monitoring programs. Unsustainable groundwater pumping and aquifer depletion have already jeopardized irrigated agriculture in many irrigated regions such as the Indo-Gangetic Plain, the High Aquifer Plains of the US, and the North China Plains. The seminar will discuss some of the remedial technical and institutional measures being put in place to make better use of limited ground water resources for food security.
5th Annual Massachusetts Water Forum: Waste Not, Want Not: Water & Wastewater in Our Commonwealth
Tuesday, March 21, 1-6pm @ BSA Space, 290 Congress Street, Boston
The 5th Annual Massachusetts Water Forum, hosted by the Foundation for a Green Future, Inc. in honor of World Water Day, will carry through on this year's theme of water and wastewater as the Commonwealth prepares for numerous challenges ahead. The forum will encourage all participants to pose questions, add their insights, and think about new designs, systems and resource uses.