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Craig Dsouza
Craig Dsouza

CRAIG D'SOUZA

Research Associate, Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India

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Craig Dsouza works on water issues in the developing world. He is currently working with the Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India on themes such as the Right to Water and Sanitation, and Industrial-Agricultural water allocations. As a graduate from the University of Delaware, his research focused on waste management in India and its implications for the quality of groundwater and surface water bodies. Craig maintains a keen interest in waste management and the handling of pollutants as issues that strongly shape the local environment and people’s well-being.


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April 1, 2015 from our Surveys
Please take the 2015 Global Waste Survey to tell us what you want to know or discuss about waste in 2015.Read More




May 22, 2014 from our Articles, The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste
For climate change mitigation, food waste disposers are better than composting, waste-to-energy and landfilling. Their wider adoption calls for integrated decision making encompassing solid waste management and wastewater.Read More




April 21, 2014 from our The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste, Video Panels
Watch Prof. Adam Read, Dr. Tim Evans and Michael Keleman discuss the relevance and sustainability of food waste disposal units.Read More




April 21, 2014 from our The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste, Video Panels
Watch Phillip Ward, Julia Hailes, Jonathan Bloom, and Dean Pearce discuss Behaviour Change and Food Waste as part of the 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste.Read More




December 7, 2013 from our Articles, The 2013 Global Dialogue on Waste
This panel addressed the role of waste-to-energy (if any) in the waste management hierarchy of North America and Europe, provided international experience on the degree of compatibility between recycling and waste-to-energy, analyses the arguments for the juxtaposition of waste-to-energy and recycling, and discusses the policies adopted in some communities to build successful sustainable waste management systems, with the general aim of moving away from landfills.Read More



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