The Faculty of Physical Planning / Department of Regional Planning will be hosting a seminar entitled “Physical Planning Course in Achieving Sustainable Water Resources” on 05.10.2016 for a period of one day.
About the symposium:
Currently, there is an increased importance for water, more than ever, since it is a necessary part of everyday household uses and irrigating agricultural land. Furthermore, factories use water more than any other resource, and the rapid flow of river water and thundering loud waterfalls produces electricity. Thus, it is clear that our need for
water continues to increase. Plus, the number of the world’ population is annually increasing which leads to an increase in factory production and ends with our more and more growing need for water.