World Water Week Conference in Stockholm: The Water Quality Challenge, September 5 – 11
Taken from press release and web site – no original work by this site.
World Water Week
Building Capacity / Promoting Partnership / Reviewing Implementation
SIWI is the host and organiser of the World Water Week in Stockholm, the leading annual global meeting place for capacity-building, partnership-building and follow-up on the implementation of international processes and programmes in water and development. As an open platform for over 2,000 participants including key decision-makers and more than 200 collaborating organisations, the conference promotes the exchange of views and experiences between the scientific, business, policy and civil society communities, thereby advancing the water, environment, health, livelihood and poverty reduction agendas.
The 2010 World Water Week in Stockholm
The 2010 World Water Week will take place from September 5-11 at Stockholm International Fairs. The theme for 2010 will be “The Water Quality Challenge – Prevention, Wise Use and Abatement”. It will be the second year under the niche “Water: Responding to Global Changes”. For more information on the 2010 World Water Week, please visit www.worldwaterweek.org.
Resources from the World Water Weeks
The World Water Week website is a year-round resource on issues and topics covered during the Week. You can also download presentations, background documents, reports and outcomes from the sessions of 2009 and 2008.
“The Stockholm International Water Institute is proud to present this years programme for the week in collaboration with [their] co-convening organisations. Welcome to Stockholm, the European Green Capital 2010!”
All information was taken from press release and web site – no original work by this site.