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International Workshop: Challenges and Solutions for Urban Water Supply in a changing climate and world
17-18 October 2019
Urban water suppliers all over the world have to adapt to an increasing population and a growing economy. Climate change is expected to increase weather variability and extreme events, causing significant alterations in the water cycle that will challenge the reliability of urban water supply systems. Water quality is also affected by increasing pollution, overexploitation and other climate change impacts.
This international workshop will show relevant selected cases that have successfully coped with severe drought episodes and other situations that might become more frequent in the future due to climate change. Through examples from the INNOVA project and others, the workshop will also discuss the potential of climate services for a more efficient adaptation of urban water supply systems to climate change conditions.
The organizers invite you to send abstracts about your research or case study for poster presentation. The abstract text should have a maximum of 400 words and can only be submitted in English or Spanish.
The Scientific Committee will decided if your poster can participate.
The best poster will win a price at the final poster session. Find the template here (Word).
Deadline for abstracts: September 22th
Decisions: September 24th
Deadline for registration: October 10th
STEP 1. Register on the Lifelong Learning Centre (CFP) at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (weblink):
STEP 2. Register on the international workshop (weblink)
STEP 3. Pay the fee (you will receive a link in your email).
Early registration discount (until 26th of September 2019)
If you have any doubt or a question, please feel free to write the organizers via ferllase(at)upv.es.