At the Confluence – a publication consisting of scientific articles based on presentations made at the 2014 World Water Week – has just been launched. Read articles that reflect on complex issues regarding competing water demands and trade-offs between food production, energy production, social, environmental and economic issues.
The #MyWWWeek campaign let World Water Week participants capture and share their Week on film. We now present the four finalist videos – vote for your favourite!
In these pages, we present the thematic scope as well as the eight core seminars (previously workshops) of the 2016 World Water Week, and we provide you with the information needed to submit abstracts and event proposals for the Week.
SIWI is seeking eight committed Young Water Professionals to provide support to the World Water Week’s Scientific Programme Committee. Joining the Young Scientific Programme Committee is an opportunity for young professionals to expand their network and gain valuable experience. Tasks of the Young Scientific Programme…
Is your company ahead of the curve in sustainability and water? Make sure to nominate for the 2016 Stockholm Industry Water Award before 15 November!
With these Overarching Conclusions, we are summing up a very successful World Water Week. With 3,300 participants from 130 countries, and participants from an ever-widening range of communities, World Water Week is cementing its position as the world’s most important annual conference about water and water-related issues.
On 25 September, world leaders will commit to 17 SDGs. Without water, however, these goals cannot be achieved. SIWI is in New York to amplify the importance of water to the global development agenda.