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16. April 2015 | Aqua Republica at WASSER Berlin

DHI-WASY together with DWA (German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste) organised a competition with Aqua Republica at the recent WASSER Berlin International Congress and it was a great success! Participants had the chance to compete in managing their own catchment between international students groups, trying with different strategies to solve problems in water balance in the game. We would like to thank all those involved in making this event possible.

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16. April 2015 | UNEP-DHI Eco Challenge Finals 2015

Congratulations to the winning teams of the UNEP-DHI Eco Challenge 2015! This year’s finals was held at a side event in conjunction with World Water Forum 2015 and the winners are:

First Prize Winners (Taiwan)
Chen Yi-Chen & Liu Hng-Jyun
(New Taipei Municipal Linkou Junior School)

Second Prize Winners (Singapore)
Lim Jia Rong & Matthew Tang Wee Yip
(Catholic High School)

Third Prize Winners (Hong Kong)
Leung Chun Yip & Lau Chun Wai
(Homantin Government School)

 We would like to extend our thanks to all participants, co-organisers and sponsors in making this year’s challenge a very successful one.

UNEP-DHI Eco Challenge 2015

13. April 2015 | Interactive game session at World Water Forum 2015

DHI, UNEP-DHI Partnership and Water Youth Network has jointly organised an interactive game session at World Water Forum on 12th April and we are happy to see lively discussions on water issues and are grateful to Public Utilities Board Singapore for gracing the event. Here are some pictures from Twitter courtesy of WaterYouthNetwork. (https://twitter.com/WaterYouthNet)

 

19. March 2015 | Servers maintainence

All servers are being serviced now. Interruptions to game play are expected. The service is expected to be done by 1700 GMT+1 today.

2. March 2015 | Eco Challenge Singapore Finals graced by Vivian Balakrishnan

“Environment and Water Resources Minister Vivian Balakrishnan, who graced the event, hopes students appreciate the challenges Singapore faces. He said 12 years ago, the activities in Singapore were limited by the availability of water. But this has changed due to technological developments.” Reports ChannelNewsAsia.

See full article on http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/30-schools-take-part-in/1686158.html

Students participating in the Eco Challenge Finals. Source: ChannelNewsAsia

 

 

 

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