water infrastructure Events

  • Pollutec 2018

    Pollutec will be celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2018; step by step, the trade show has established itself as a true showcase of all the equipment, technologies and services for the environment and energy. It is a springboard for market innovations and a crossroads for international development opportunities to connect all those with a stake in the ...


    LYON

  • Flood Risk Management: Resilience and Adapation

    This new one-day conference is taking place on 5th December in London, and will look at the regulatory and policy backdrop enabling better flood risk management, including the latest climate projections and changes to FCERM and surface water management, and provide practical strategies to manage the impact of flooding on infrastructure and housing development. Fully researched and written in ...


    LONDON

  • Sustainable Water Management Conference

    Presenting solutions for balancing the benefits of conservation with the costs, managing water resources, sustainable utilities and infrastructure, urban planning and design, energy efficiency, water conservation, stormwater and ...


    TUSCAN

  • USSD Conference and Exhibition 2019

    The 2019 USSD Conference theme is Second City, Second Chances: Stories of Rehabilitation, Modification, and Revitalization.  Dams and levees continue to provide essential public benefits including flood control, water supply, renewable energy, recreation, navigation, and habitat and environmental enhancement.  The need to maintain and ...


    CHICAGO

  • Climate Change: Vulnerability, Impacts and Adaptation 2019

    This course provides in-depth understanding and hands on experience of using future climate scenarios from the UKCP09 and other international projections. The course can be tailored to specific sectors, and delegates may choose to specialise and attend: • Days 1-3: Impacts and vulnerability: methodology, application of climate scenarios, natural environment, water resources, sea level rise • ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • 3rd International Conference on Coastal Cities and their Sustainable Future

    Coastal areas are a common destination, it brings in economic growth but implies additional urban development and increases the need for resources, infrastructure and services. The location of coastal cities, facilitates transportation and development of related activities. This requires the existence of large ports, with the corresponding increase in maritime and road traffic and its inherent ...


    ROME

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