Role of Water Technology Innovation

AquaHacking challenge day

AquaHacking is a multi-generational, multi-sector and multi-stakeholder movement that aims to conserve the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Basin, and to foster the quality and responsible use of its waters.

AquaHacking’s mission is to:

  • champion emerging clean-tech innovation and entrepreneurship in water;
  • bring together people and organizations from all sectors to develop integrated strategies for water policy; and
  • engage the leaders of tomorrow by raising awareness of water problems and fostering their commitment to solving them.

Join us at Elsevier's 4th Water Research Conference "The Role of Water Technology Innovation in the Blue Economy" on September 13, 2017 for AquaHacking's 3rd annual Summit. We are currently finalizing an exciting program of keynote speakers and panels, and the winners of the AquaHacking 2017 Challenge will be announced.

Find out more on the AquaHacking 2017 Summit.

View and download the AquaHacking Summit program

Registration rates for September 13, 2017 for AquaHacking's 3rd annual Summit:

Students and NGOs - US$114 (CAN$150)

Municipalities - US$133 (CAN$175)

All others - US$170 (CAN$225)

Register Here