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The sustainability of manufactured water in London and Chennai

Pushpa Arabindoo awarded newly-established UCL BHP Billiton studentship

The sustainability of manufactured water in London and Chennai

Dr Pushpa Arabindoo, with Dr. Sarah Bell (from the UCL Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering), has been awarded a PhD studentship for their proposed research project Sustainability of Manufactured water: comparative political ecology of desalination plants in London (UK) and Chennai (India). The studentship is intended to examine convergences and divergences in sustainability discourses in the global North and global South, through recent debates surrounding desalination plants in London (UK) and Chennai (India).

Funding for this four-year programme of doctoral study and research comes from the BHP Billiton PhD Studentship in the newly established UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources

See:

(http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/1106/10061101BHP-Billiton-Sustainable-Resources-International-Energy-Policy-Institutes).


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