Cardiff Water Research Institute Early-career Documentary Discussion: Flooding Britain

Thu, 16 July 2020
2-3pm
Online (Zoom)

For the occasion, the discussion will focus on Flooding Britain, a 28-minute podcast from the BBC Costing the Earth programme.
If you would like to know more about flooding issues worldwide, we also recommend the documentary ‘Drought and Floods – The Climate Exodus‘, available on Youtube.
The discussion will be led by PhD students Sam Rowley and Giovanni Musolino with the help of Prof Shunqi Pan who will share his expertise on the topic. 

Please email water@cardiff.ac.uk if you would like to participate.


Fri, 17 July 2020
11am-1pm
Online (Zoom)

The University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute and the GW4 Water Security Alliance cordially invites you to its first online Think Tank, Towards Fashion Justice: A UK-India Exchange  on Friday 17 July, between 11am-1pm.

This is an interactive online event that explores multiple injustices in the fashion system from workers’ rights and environmental pollution through to cultural appropriation.


The 2nd International Symposium on Water System Operations (ISWSO2020) brings together researchers and practitioners in the field of monitoring, modelling and optimisation of water systems operations.


GW4 WSA PhD conference

28-30 September 2020
Timings TBC
Online

A team of PhD students from across the GW4 are leading an exciting new conference. Working with WSA and The Flow Partnership, their event will bring together practitioners working with communities across the world, and researchers, working in fields spanning climate change, water scarcity and resource management, flood risk and policy, to explore this vital ‘knowledge flow’.  

The call for abstracts is open for PhD, masters and research staff from all disciplines, with an interest in water security issues. Take part in the Flash Talks or participate in Poster Presentations. Find out more and register here.


This international conferences gathers together leading scientists, engineers, planners and practitioners and “rising stars” to provide an exciting opportunity to discuss and showcase cutting edge water management research and technical, institutional, modelling, planning and community driven social and policy innovations.