The four core topic areas of the AIWW Conference are geared towards rethinking institutional approaches to water system management. To date in our Water Circuit of the Future conversation, we have been talking to leaders, innovators and operators in the water industry to explore how we are all contributing to creating a Virtuous Water Cycle for Smart Places. We look forward to taking this dialogue further under the AIWW’s topics:

  • Energy transition and resource recovery (circular water economy)
  • Integrating Water and Resources management (cross-cutting)
  • ICT & Data: artificial intelligence and smart robotica (cross-cutting)
  • Blue-Green solutions for (urban) resilience (climate change adaptation)

These topics will be brought together under the AIWW’s central, cross-cutting theme ‘From cases to bankable projects’, which will focus attention on project development; the distinction between different types of project finance; best practices in financing blue-green and/or circular solutions and technical innovation; risk management; and monitoring and valuing water using the natural capital concept.

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Nanco Dolman, Leading Professional in Water Resilient Cities
Micheline Hounjet, Product Development Flood Resilience
Michel Riemersma, Associate Director Water Technology International
 

Making the La Paz Early Warning and Water Efficiency Project Bankable

Presenter: Michel Riemersma - Associate Director Water Technology International
Session: Research & Innovation, Financial Model
Date: Tuesday, 5 November 2019

 

How water sensitive is your city?

Presenter: Nanco Dolman, Leading Professional in Water Resilient Cities
Session: How water sensitive is your city? Benchmarking and navigation in planning of climate adaptation of midsize cities in the North Sea region
Date: Tuesday, 5 November 2019

 

STAIN: Play with Solutions to Design Resilient Cities

Presenter: Micheline Hounjet, Product Development Flood Resilience
Session: Research & Innovation - blue green solutions with focus on inclusive city master planning
Date: Tuesday, 5 November 2019