agenda : EauMega Online Pre-Conference 7-11 December 2020

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    Online Event
    Organizer
    UNESCO

    Following the postponement of the Second International Conference "Water, Megacities and Global Change" to December 2021. The Steering and Programme Committees have decided to hold an online pre-conference event from 7 to 11 December 2020. Some of the papers selected will be presented by their authors during the pre-conference. However, the special sessions, round tables and other components of the physical conference are postponed until the end of 2021.

    agenda : Brazil Water Week 2020

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    VIRTUAL, BRAZIL
    Organizer
    The Brazilian Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering - ABES

    The event will bring together professionals, experts, representatives of the public, private, academic sector from Brazil and all around the world as well as from international organizations to discuss water and related issues, address challenges and share lessons learned and good practices within the main theme associated to the UN Sustainable Development Goal 6, “CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION FOR ALL BY 2030”. Loïc Fauchon, President of the World Water Council will address the audience at the Opening Session together with other esteemed speakers, including Benedito Braga, President of SABESP...

    agenda : 2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE WATER, MEGACITIES AND GLOBAL CHANGE - POSTPONED

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    Paris, France
    Organizer
    Division of Water Sciences of UNESCO

    The Second International Conference Water, Megacities and Global Change, also known as EauMega 2021, and organized by the Division of Water Sciences of UNESCO, will be held in December 2021, at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France. Following the postponement of the Second International Conference to December 2021, the Steering and Programme Committees have decided to hold an Online pre-conference event from 7 to 11 December 2020. All Megacities - urban centers which accommodate more than 10 million inhabitants - are facing major challenges related to providing water services for their...

    agenda : Water and Peace conference

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    online
    Organizer
    Global Water Alliance - GWA

    Promoting Security through Equitable Policy, Governance and Technology All people and every ecology share a stake in the proper management of water to safeguard supply quality, fair access, and peace. A history of water use without proper planning and stakeholder involvement has led to global conflict and inequity, especially in regions of water scarcity, drought, natural disaster, pollution, or social/political turmoil. This conference will convene local, national, and international water professionals and researchers/students to discuss “water, sanitation, and hygiene” (WASH) strategies and...

    agenda : 24th ICID International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage

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    Sydney, Australia
    Organizer
    International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage - ICID

    The 24th International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage and the 71st International Executive Council meeting is being organised by the Irrigation Australia’s Committee on Irrigation and Drainage (IACID) on the theme ‘Innovation and Research and In Agricultural Water Management to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals’ at the International Convention Centre (ICC), Sydney, Australia. ICID triennial Congresses focus on the upcoming issues that need to be addressed in irrigation, drainage and flood management. The Congresses also provide a platform for reviewing a number of contentious issues...

    agenda : World Water Week 2020 - At Home

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    online
    Organizer
    Stockholm International Water Institute - SIWI

    To help bridge the gap between the 2019 and 2021 World Water Weeks, we invite convenors to host a virtual adaptation of their World Water Week 2020-approved session(s) – from wherever they are – between 24 and 28 August 2020, under the umbrella of #WWWeek #AtHome. How will it work? Sessions will take place during 24-28 August, starting on the hour from 8am and 8pm CET and scheduled through SIWI. Individual sessions should be 20 – 45 mins in length, and should be interactive Participation in sessions should be unlimited and free for participants It is the convenor’s responsibility to select a...

    agenda : Addressing Groundwater Resilience under Climate Change

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    online conference
    Organizer
    International Water Resources Association - IWRA

    Currently, climate change has become an undeniable major pressure on the world’s freshwater resources. Yet, the effects of climate change on groundwater, the most significant freshwater resource on Earth, are still poorly understood. Somewhat neglected by policymakers and ignored by the public, groundwater management, governance and monitoring are less developed compared to surface water, globally. More up-to-date research and knowledge generation and sharing, as well as more efforts to raise awareness of the links between groundwater and climate change are also critical to ensure the...

    agenda : World Hydropower Congress

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    San José, Costa Rica
    Organizer
    International Hydropower Association IHA

    The World Hydropower Congress brings together leading decision-makers, innovators and experts from industry, government, finance, civil society and academia. Knowledge sharing, capacity building and stakeholder dialogue are at the heart of this high-level biennial event which is organised by the International Hydropower Association (IHA) and supported by more than 40 partner organisations. Costa Rica 2021 The next World Hydropower Congress will be held in San José, 26-27 May 2021, under the theme ‘Renewables working together in an interconnected world’. The event will be hosted under the...

    agenda : 4th Mediterranean Water Forum - Postponed

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    Qawra, Malta
    Organizer
    Mediterranean Water Institute (IME)

    POSTPONED - NEW DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON Originally launched in Marrakesh, Morocco in 2011 and held subsequently in Murcia, Spain in 2014 and Cairo, Egypt in 2018, the Mediterranean Water Forum has been put forth as a regional event that brings together the main stakeholders in the Mediterranean Water Community. The Forum aims to present the Mediterranean as a hub of innovative water management responses which have been locally developed or adapted to address the prevailing challenges of the region including those related to climate change impacts. It will also outline how the Mediterranean...