Join us on 15 March 2022 for the “Water Summit for Global Development 2022” in the TU Delft Aula. We invite researchers, practitioners, policy makers, students, and volunteers to discuss how multidisciplinary science, technology, policy and innovation can improve access to water, and how we can achieve this together.
Theme – Catching Up With Urbanisation
Water is a basic human right and should be available to all. The less we have to worry about the availability, quality and cost of water the better human lives and human societies become. Yet in many areas around the world, urbanisation has outpaced the supply of public services such as water and electricity. Aging infrastructure and water resources are coming under increasing pressure. New technologies and sustainable water management practices are needed to ensure that current and future water demands for all can be met. During the Water Summit will we discuss how multidisciplinary science, technology, policy and innovation can improve access to water and how we can achieve this together.
Call for Abstracts
The 2022 Water Summit for Global Development in Delft targets a broad audience in research and practice, so three types of abstracts will be considered for review:
It is encouraged that abstracts explicitly refer to their relevance for achieving global water access, as well as potential linkages to this year’s theme “catching up with urbanisation”. Contributions will only be accepted if at least one of the authors registers to the Water Summit as a participant. To apply, please click here. To register for the event, please click here.
Join us for the conference dinner on 15 March to further discuss with and expand your network.
Company Case for StudentsLeading up to the Water Summit we will organise company cases where students can work together on a water-related cases brought in by leading (water) companies. Keep an eye on our website for more information.
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