Suresh Babu Parasuraman

KL Conference: “Future Malaysia Flood Protection, Response, Recovery and Drawing up of Flood Risk Management Plans” on 24 & 25th Apr 2018

Kalingu Consultancy (KC) took part in the KL Conference: “Future Malaysia Flood Protection, Response, Recovery and Drawing up of Flood Risk Management Plans” on 24 & 25th Apr 2018.  The event went well with the presentations, discussions, and networking with International experts came from different parts of the world (Indonesia, Philippines, Canada, Lao PDR, Malaysia …

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World Bank Blog on “Learning from Japan: PPPs for infrastructure resilience” by SANAE SASAMOR and NAHO SHIBUYA

Nice article by SANAE SASAMOR and NAHO SHIBUYA on “Learning from Japan: PPPs for infrastructure resilience”: See the link here: https://blogs.worldbank.org/ppps/learning-japan-ppps-infrastructure-resilience?cid=ECR_LI_worldbank_EN_EXT   The article explains how the PPPs supports/improves the disaster risk management and preparedness/response projects, based on Japan’s experience.  

“Tracking Singapore’s transformation” by Cecilia Tortajada and Asit K Biswas

Nice article from Prof. Asit.K.Biswas: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/tracking-singapores-transformation-asit-k-biswas/?trackingId=YnVA2O9uobd%2BWD8SR1N31A%3D%3D I am astonished by seeing the great transformation especially at “Water security” part. Wow…Singapore has only 3 reservoirs at the time of its independence and now it has 17 reservoirs and getting self-sufficient in Water. Great progress!  

CNA: Singapore must ensure adequate water supply to meet growing needs by 2050

Singapore must ensure adequate water supply to meet growing needs by 2050: Chan Chun Sing Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/singapore-water-supply-malaysia-agreement-chan-chun-sing-9988514   Any work on water supply and demand starts with a Water Balance Study and analyse the water deficit anticipated with the view of climate change impact (weather such as rainfall, evaporation, etc) as well as growing …

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