global water risk Events

  • European Utility Week 2016

    European Utility Week's conference programme features over 300 expert speakers and is designed to cater for utility industry professionals looking for strategic discussions on business models and the latest market news, as well as case studies and pilots highlighting innovative technologies and solutions. In close consultation with our Advisory Committee we are now working on new ...


  • What You Need to Know About Climate Risks to Water Utility Infrastructure and Assets

    The webinar will provide knowledge about a developing field in climate change vulnerability assessments for the water sector. Much research and communication has occurred in recent years about climate change impacts to water supplies, but there is a growing interest in impacts to the built infrastructure and systems that utilities use for storage, distribution, conveyance and treatment. ...


  • Power Gen International Conference

    As the World's Largest Power Generation Event, POWER-GEN International is the industry leader in providing comprehensive coverage of the trends, technologies and issues facing the generation sector. More than 1,400 companies from all sectors of the industry exhibit each year to benefit from the exposure to more than 20,000 attendees. Displaying a wide variety of products and services, POWER-GEN ...


  • Budapest Water Summit 2016

    The Budapest Water Summit 2016 is organised by the Hungarian Government in cooperation with the World Water Council, under the patronage of János Áder, President of Hungary. The mission of the Summit aims that instead of conflicts and global risks water shall be the source of cooperation, peace and development for all the countries committed to sustainable development. To this end, ...


  • Flood & Coast 2017

    The second edition of Flood and Coast will take place in Telford, 28-30 March 2017. Led again by the Environment Agency, under the chairmanship of Alison Baptiste, the event will draw together key stakeholders from the flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCRM) community, including local authorities, infrastructure owners, consultancies, contractors, businesses, community groups and ...


  • IAIA17 - 37th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment

    Climate change represents a key challenge to the sustainability of global ecosystems and human prosperity in the 21st century.  Climate change goes beyond project impacts, as it affects many diverse global issues:  from water, food, and energy security to impacts on human rights and vulnerable peoples. Global climate change raises important questions of international and ...


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