WATER RESOURCES - SECURING LONG-TERM RESILIENCE
The International Water Association ( IWA ) contributes to the development of knowledge and proactively promotes the uptake of innovation by bridging the gap between science and practice, policy and implementation. To share innovation being developed on water resources management in the UK and internationally this webinar, across two days and several continents, will examine topics from policy and strategy to planning and operations and promote a collaborative approach from policy makers to deliverers.
This event is sponsored by British Water, a UK supply chain trade association and leader in connecting innovation to end users. British Water represents its members interests to key stakeholders, connects them to contacts to raise their profile and helps them grow their business; while promoting best practice in the water and wastewater industry.
By registering to attend, you will have the opportunity to network, hear from international water resource management experts in light of COVID-19 and contribute to a written output which will be used to support IWA members who work in this field.
Topics will include:
- Case studies on UK and international policy and strategy
- The importance of regional groups and stakeholder engagement
- Integrated water management / water efficiency
- Regional resilience planning
Thursday 30 July Session - 4.00 - 6.00PM (GMT+1) (12.00 BRT, 8.00am UTC)
Registration for this event closes on Monday 27th July
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