Role of Water Technology Innovation

Speakers

Vic Adamowicz, University of Alberta, Canada
Presentation title: Water reliability, green infrastructure, economic values and policy options

Roy BrouwerUniversity of Waterloo, Canada
Presentation title: Assessing the value of investment decisions in groundwater protection and remediation technology: A global meta-analysis of groundwater quality valuation studies

Ana Deletic, Monash University, Australia
Presentation title: What is the value of nature based urban water systems?

Hiroaki Furumai, University of Tokyo, Japan
Presentation title: Scenario evaluation of watershed-based water use system for sustainability

Arjen HoekstraUniversity of Twente, The Netherlands
Presentation title: Water footprint reduction in a circular and biobased economy

Reinhard HübnerSKion, Germany
Presentation title: Making innovation happen – the market perspective

Peter HuckUniversity of Waterloo, Canada
Presentation title: Municipal drinking water treatment and supply in 2050 - where will we be?

John JanmaatThe University of British Columbia & Chair of the International Water Resource Economics Consortium (IWREC), Canada
Presentation title: The co-evolution of water resource economics and water resource management

Phoebe Koundouri, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
Presentation title: Water pricing and the WFD

Tove Larsen, Eawag, Switzerland
Presentation title: Emerging solutions to the water challenges of an urbanizing world

Alex MayerMichigan Technological University, USA
Presentation title: Developing the Great Lakes’ Blue Economy: Water productivity, water depletion, and virtual water trade in the Great Lakes basin

Alex Money, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, UK
Presentation title: Bridging the Gap: Financing water infrastructure

Cecilia TortajadaNational University of Singapore, Singapore
Presentation title: Use of recycled wastewater for potable and non-potable use