Water Innovation Europe aims at shaping the European water-related future by offering new perspectives and insights from high-level EU decision-makers and experts of the water sector and bringing forward the latest updates and trends on new water technologies and innovations.
EU Green Week is your annual opportunity to debate, become familiar with, or even celebrate EU environment policy.
It’s an opportunity to celebrate the progress we’ve made, and to encourage individuals, communities and organisations to take stronger action in future – to protect, preserve and restore our environment, for now and for future generations, while constantly promoting sustainable development.
The 2023 Danube Water Conference “Navigating Changing Waters: New ways to overcome emerging challenges of the water sector in the Danube region” will convene on 31 May to 2 June, 2023 in Austria’s capital city Vienna, back to back with the UBP Danube Hub workshop to take place on 30 May.
This conference is organised by the Danube Water Program, run by IAWD and the World Bank, and co-funded by the Austrian Government.
Navigating in a constantly changing environment, keeping the level of service provision despite rising energy bills and an aging workforce, and at the same time investing in performance improvement has become a constant stretch for water and wastewater utilities.
The Conference will draw more than 150 senior water sector representatives from the Danube region to discuss on existing and emerging challenges of the region’s water sector with sessions exploring best practice examples how to manage them and interactive discussions identifying new ways to overcome them.
The Conference’s language will be English. Only physical participation will be possible. For further details on logistics, please consult the links below.
The IWA Leading Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies is designed to be the place for sharing the latest insights into how pioneering science, technological innovation and leading practices will shape the major transformation in water management that is underway.
The Global Water Summit will be bringing together the key players – policy makers, utility leaders, investors, industrial water users, innovators, and contractors – to thrash out the answers. It is an exciting moment for our industry. And the Global Water Summit is unique opportunity to shape your future within it.
International Conference, is climate change adaptation all about water?
25 to 26 April
On 25 and 26 April, Enabel invites you to join its debate on Climate Change adaptation and water in its office in Brussels or online.
By questioning the role of water in Climate Change adaptation, Enabel wants to inspire participants and invite them to create further transversal activities and breaking silos in our replies to Climate Change consequences.
”Is climate change adaptation all about water?” conference will tackle the “water” experiences in Belgium and around the world and emphasize the linkage between water, urbanisation, nature-based solution and Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystems (WEFE) nexus.
The event will also be a unique opportunity to hear from the youth perspective and create a dialogue on how the current innovation and prospection will reply to “2050 vision” of our young generation.
This conference is part of the Belgian activities to contribute to the dialogue of the UN Water conference – New-York 2023. Our hope is to pursue the discourse on breaking silos and offering inspiration for multisectoral perspective in climate change actions.
We intend to bring on board teams from Africa, the Middle East and Europe working on climate change adaptation and water but not only as Water-Energy-Food-Ecosystems nexus will be at core of discussions.
Water Europe Working Group on Water & Public Health led by Cristian Carboni will chair the third ARSINOE online seminar “Climate Change and its Impact on Water and Public Health” on April 29 from 15:00 to 16:00.
The scope of these events is to create a critical mass of exchanged knowledge, intelligence, and experience and capitalise, disseminate, and exploit this critical mass for different or combined purposes for policy development, further R&I collaboration, and market uptake of innovations
This seminar will build a discussion arena about the perspectives and the opportunities given by the water & public health nexus to contribute to addressing the water management and climate change challenges from a systemic vision.