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MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development

global challenges, engineering solutions

Studying at Cambridge



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Derek Bruton Effects of population growth, climate change, and increased water reuse on water supply and demand in Utah.
Francesca O'Hanlon Monitoring and Evaluation in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Capacity Building Sector: An Evaluation of the Quality of Evidence to Support CAWST's ‘Theory o...
M Abdur Rahman Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security in Pakistan
Shri Gugan Siva Subramaniam The ENERGY-WATER Nexus in the UK: IMPACT OF SHALE GAS exploitation in The Midlands
Kyle Maggard Green Infrastructure for Sustainable Urban Stormwater Management
James Dodds Waste Management at the Sole Bay Brewery
Arun Sharma Identifying Factors Affecting the Success of Rural Water Supply Programmes
Penny Green (nee Coombes) Investigating the feasibility of an integrated closed-loop system for domestic water use
Brian Bromwich A sustainability review of 150 years of irrigation in India with particular reference to Uttar Pradesh
Martha Kiwuwa Sustainable Management of Leakage in Water Supply Systems
Mara-Tafadzwa Makoni The relationship between aid effectiveness and sustainable urban water supply and sanitation service delivery in rebuilding fragile states: Zimbabwe as a case s...
Luca Di Mario Approaches for Adaptive Water Management in the Tiber River Basin
Andrew T. Hable Water Supply Alternatives for the City of Waukesha (Wisconsin, USA)
Ashish Mishra The Effectiveness of Sustainable Drainage Systems In Highly Urbanised Areas: Bangalore, India
LM Pearson Mechanisms and Policies to Encourage Water Efficiency among Scottish Water Customers
Natalia Reyna Opportunities and Constraints of Sustainable Water Management in Oaxaca City, Mexico
Ye Tao River Basin Water Resource Management in Taihu Lake Basin: an institutional assessment
Ralph Thompson Formalising Sustainable Practice: Increasing the scale of a rainwater harvesting project in Mexico City
Mariam Al-Qubaisi Crisis-resilient Water Policies: What can the United Arab Emirates take from the Australian model?