CIWEM’s Annual Conference 2009: Water & The Global Environment aims to provide an outstanding platform to address multidisciplinary issues across all areas of the global water and environment sector. The conference will feature industry leaders, policy makers and key advocates that are shaping the future of the water and environment sector, as the keynote speakers. The conference will be held in four streams; Flood risk management, Technical issues in achieving a sustainable water industry, Water resources and integrated catchment management, Climate change and sustainability. The Chartered Institution of Environment and Water Management's annual conference, with a blend of keynote speakers, offered papers, exhibitions and networking opportunities, will be a major event for water and environment professionals.
CIWEM’s Annual Conference 2009: Water & The Global Environment will cover various topics, such as:
• The Environment Agency's future strategy for flood and coastal erosion risk management
• Putting 'Making Space for Water' into practice in the Lower Derwent: A case history
• Flood mitigation within the framework of Integrated River Basin Management
• Management of extreme event runoff in an urban environment: Are SUDS the answer?
• Surface Water Management Plan: From Integrated Urban Drainage pilot to regeneration delivery
• Dwr Cymru Welsh Water's Surface Water Management Strategy
• Integrated solutions for flood risk management: How can we make space for water?
• The Tyndall Centre Coastal Simulator and Interface (CoastS)
• Infrastructure investment management
• Targeting sewerage infrastructure investment
• Integrated sustainable infrastructure development
• Risk management of water utility assets
• The effects of climate change on sewerage networks
• Implications of the Severn Barrage on water quality
• Catchment diffuse agricultural pollution and Drinking Water Safety Plans
• Water for People and the Environment
• Is water trading a solution to water scarcity in England?
• The art of environmental engineering
• Sustainable water use in the Silk Road oasis in northern China
• Sustainable development in practice: The Mersey Basin campaign
• Managing the sustainable regeneration of urban river corridors
• Water Cycle Strategies: An integrated approach
• River daylighting: a review of current practices
• Equity, sustainability and efficiency: Aquatic ecosystems and democratic reform in South Africa
• An integrated approach to climate change
• Mainstreaming climate change adaptation within Anglian Water
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