World Water Week
2016 World Water Week Programme
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21st Century Technology: Bridging the Gap to Wastewater Reuse
Water reuse, converting wastewater into new water streams for businesses and communities alike, is the world’s greatest opportunity to help overcome water availability challenges. This expert panel will discuss the economic and environmental benefits of water reuse and how technologies can drive effective, financially-successful, reuse programs.
Using Earth Observations and Models for Improved Water Sustainability
Facilitating water sustainability requires accurate characterization and prediction of critical aspects of water suitability. By combining satellite data with regional monitoring capabilities we can produce benefits for all regions of the world. This session explores how we achieve this multiscale capability and dialogue.
Water and Sanitation: Innovative Mobile Solutions to Improve Service Delivery
This event will present the latest insights into the use of mobile technology to improve access to water and sanitation for the underserved by virtue of efficient and better managed utility service providers. It will be of a particular interest to utilities, NGOs, service providers and financiers.
Nature for Water: World Water Day 2018
This event presents the World Water Day 2018 campaign – Nature for Water - and its objectives showcasing the potential of nature-based solutions for water and how they can be considered for water management policy and practice. Participants will be able to identify ways their organizations can be actively involved.
Reducing waste in efficient irrigation: What pathways and who gains?
This session explores emerging debates and policy interventions, mainly focusing on drip irrigation technology, aiming to deliver more efficient irrigation and free up water for other purposes. It highlights the traps, risks, and opportunities that face public authorities, regulators, investors and policy-makers, and discusses alternative ways forward.