World Water Week is the leading annual event on global water issues, organized by Stockholm International Water Institute since 1991. The Week attracts participants from more than 130 countries and consists of a broad array of parallel activities convened by leading international organizations on a broad array of water-related topics, ranging from food security and health to agriculture, technology, biodiversity, and the climate crisis.
LuWQ2021, 5th International Interdisciplinary Conference on LAND USE AND WATER QUALITY: Agriculture and the Environment
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Global workshop on building climate-resilience through improving water management and sanitation at national and transboundary levels
The global workshop is organized by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) as secretariat of the Water Convention and the co-secretariat of the Protocol on Water and Health, with the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Europe, under the leadership of Italy, the Netherlands and Switzerland, in cooperation with the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA), the Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA), the International Network of Basin Organisations (INBO), the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO).
In partnership with the French Office for Biodiversity
International Network of Basin Organizations
is pleased to invite you to its webinars
organized in partnership with the French Office for Biodiversity
Thursday 25th March
1st session: from 09:00 am - 10h45 am (CET)
with interpretation in french <> english only
2nd session: from 16:00 am - 17:45 am (CET)
with interpretation in french <> spanish only
Exploring the supply, demand and technical dynamics shaping the global phosphate industry
In light of the current pandemic, CRU Phosphates 2021 will take place as a virtual conference from 23-25 March 2021. The annual conference regularly attracts an audience of 400+ delegates from 40+ countries from across the global phosphates supply chain, and is a must-attend for both senior commercial and technical decision-makers to network with influential stakeholders, and for professional development.
- Identify regulatory obstacles to nutrient recycling/reuse from waste-derived algae / micro-algae, i.e. which either have had ‘waste’ status or which are grown using waste inputs
- Outline potential valorisation routes, current status of development and market potential, important risk questions (contaminants, safety)
- Propose possible approaches to address key regulatory questions identified.
Water treatment operations can set a prime example of circular economy in action, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goal 12 for responsible consumption and production. What has traditionally been considered as waste – sewage water and sludge – carry great potential for value capture for instance in terms of nutrients and energy. Join this webinar to hear some examples of how to enhance the circularity performance of your water treatment operations, backed by science.