Interactive Seminar Poster Session
The posters are an important part of the seminar programme and link with the overall theme of the World Water Week. Each seminar will display a selected number of abstracts in the interactive electronic poster exhibition, where conference visitors can view and learn more about the projects behind the posters.
The posters will briefly be presented during each seminar, but as an addition, the poster presenters will be available for questions during the lunch break on the day of the seminar. During the break, the authors will be available at their posters in order to provide short introductions, comments and answer questions from the participants in an informal setting.
The most informative, innovative and well-designed poster will win the Best Poster Award, which will be presented during the Closing Plenary Session.
On Thursday, 1 September, posters from the following seminar will be displayed:
The posters can be find online under the Resources tab.
Water for sustainable and inclusive cities - how to induce change?
Cataloging Possibility: Implementation of Sustainable Urban Stormwater Projects in Stockholm
- Isabel Enerson
Initiatives for sustainable groundwater management by public water utility.
- Chaya Ravishankar
Managing Extremes: Sustainable Planning for Water Resources in San Diego
- Philip Kruse
Sustainable wastewater reuse strategy implemented in Sri Lanka
- Kumuduni Hatiyaldeniya
Water Security in changing paradigm through institutional & participatory mechanisms
- Amit Kumar
Citizen’s platform - sustainable water solution tool in urban centres
- Aditya Bastola
Informal vendors in the supply of water in urban Ethiopia
- George Neville
Developing a city-scale partnership for water stewardship in Lahore
- Ali Hasnain Sayed
A 'sponge' city called Kajiado in Kenya
- Maarten Mulder
Case Study: Conservation of Pipe Borne Water through Inclusive Approach
- Somasundaram G.G Rajkumar
Cataloging Possibility: Implementation of Sustainable Urban Stormwater Projects in Stockholmhttp://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=8F-EC-62-AD-BC-D6-EA-89-37-B8-AA-B2-DC-45-A6-BB
Projects and initiatives rarely do well in isolation, they need interest, awareness and investment to grow. Cataloguing sustainable urban stormwater projects in Stockholm has facilitated an exchange of knowledge between agencies, assessed implementation
Initiatives for sustainable groundwater management by public water utility.http://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=F3-5D-DE-45-28-7A-81-4B-59-47-CE-B0-35-D0-CF-3F
This study probes into how informal water supply industry private tankers mine the groundwater and supplies to end users in the peri urban areas; how public water utility provider has addressed this unsustainable practice and what other best practices ca
Managing Extremes: Sustainable Planning for Water Resources in San Diegohttp://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=68-F0-34-6B-31-20-88-54-49-52-FD-E4-D4-74-C2-A8
To enhance sustainable water resource management practices in San Diego, California, the research investigates: locations for flood water retention measures and improving institutional arrangements for implementation of these measures. This research is c
Sustainable wastewater reuse strategy implemented in Sri Lankahttp://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=3C-33-AA-89-B1-FF-7E-AE-5E-52-9F-4E-E0-CF-52-F5
Optimum use of wastewater in vegetation in a well-planned drainage system with regular purification to enhance the good health, affordable economy and reduce environmental pollution.It is one of the most outstanding ways to save water to build a prospero
Water Security in changing paradigm through institutional & participatory mechanismshttp://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=0F-4E-82-2D-1B-51-B1-8A-65-8E-21-A9-1A-4A-5E-1B
The risks of our paradigm of unsustainable development have exacerbated with changing climate conditions & all of these risks are interconnected; a holistic view and approach is key to mitigating them.Recent extreme events show the unpredictability & int
Citizen’s platform - sustainable water solution tool in urban centreshttp://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=41-2C-90-F2-D7-72-AF-05-99-67-50-29-9D-BB-65-F9
Basti Vikas Manch, voluntary citizen’s platform presents a critical dimension to achieve basic rights to water services across 86 slums in Hyderabad City. The value to manage ‘people first’ through conflict and cooperation has developed innovative model
Informal vendors in the supply of water in urban Ethiopiahttp://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=8F-4F-38-C2-B2-79-9E-96-49-44-5E-9C-68-7F-6C-61
This research shows that informal vendors have become a fundamental water supply modality in Ethiopia’s urban areas, despite their illegal status and perceived alternative role. It also challenges the idea of water access as a dualistic concept, highligh
Developing a city-scale partnership for water stewardship in Lahorehttp://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=87-66-94-34-70-86-49-AF-C5-7D-83-5C-BB-D9-40-BC
This paper demonstrates a strong business case for implementing improved water management practices in the industrial sector in Lahore.
Case Study: Conservation of Pipe Borne Water through Inclusive Approachhttp://worldwaterweek2016.ipostersessions.com/default.aspx?s=B8-20-28-A2-A5-B1-2F-4A-1C-88-77-90-40-6E-97-50
City underserved settlement depended on free water outlets for water supply, system pressure was low that resulted in collecting water in underground sumps. The system pressure was improved by inclusive approach by provision of individual connections or