KWR’s Joint Research Programme and Watershare share knowledge in international webinar series

In the coming months, KWR will organise a webinar series on ‘Sharing International Experiences on Water Supply’. During this series, international water experts will share their insights and participants will explore and discuss new perspectives and insights in the field of water management.

KWR is organising the webinar based on the vision that water issues are a shared responsibility. Together with water companies and knowledge institutes in the Joint Research Programme (BTO)  and Watershare community, there is a commitment to jointly finding solutions.

More sustainable water management

This collaboration and the interdisciplinary approach to water management across the water value chain is necessary to stimulate innovation. In this way, we can find new technologies and integrated solutions to improve and develop new processes, strategies and policies aimed for appropriate water management practices.

The webinar series offers the opportunity to share knowledge, expertise and experiences between the parties that are active in water management. In this way we can learn from each other and ensure more sustainable, productive and efficient water management in the future.

Overview of the webinars

  • Water reuse and alternative sources (Webinar 1)
    18 November 2021
    View the recording here.
  • Digitalisation in the water sector (Webinar 2)
    16 December 2021
    View the recording here.
  • Dealing with Flood Risks for Water Supply (Webinar 3)
    26 January 2022, from 13:00 to 14:00 CET
    View Recording here.
  • The Nexus: Building Synergies Across Sectors (Webinar 4a)
    17 February 2022, from 13:00-14:00 CET
    View recording here.
  • Serious Gaming: Enabling Stakeholder Dialogue and Decision Making (Webinar 4b)
    3 March 2022, from 13:00-14:30 CET
    View recording here.
  • Technologie voor smart en circulair watermanagement (Webinar 5)
    7 April 2022, 13:00-14:00 CET
    View recording here.
  • Dealing with Water Quality Challenges for Water Supply (Webinar 6)
    17 May 2022, 13:00-14:00 CET
    View recording here.
  • Understanding Public Acceptance of Water Re-use (Webinar 7)
    22 June 2022, 13.00-14.00 CET
    View recording here.