Showcasing latest developments and hands-on access to outputs from the £12m NERC-funded Drought and Water Scarcity Project
This free event is aimed at all involved in supporting improved decision-making and communication in relation to droughts and water scarcity for a range of sectors, including:
- water suppliers, energy suppliers and regulators
- agricultural sector
- environmental policymakers, stakeholders and regulators
- UK businesses, ranging from high volume industrial water users to local small and medium-sized enterprises
- community planning organisations, communities, and not-for-profit special interest groups.
As well as hands-on interaction with key project datasets, delegates will be able to ask the experts about on-going developments and give feedback on how best they can be tailored to support your area of interest. The showcase will give the opportunity to participants to interact with other stakeholders and researchers.
Book your free place now using the online registration form. The closing date for registration is 2 March 2018.
Registration for this event is limited to four delegates from each organisation. We will contact you if this number has been exceeded. Please contact the Project Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Choice of interactive breakout sessions showcasing the programme work in the following areas, allowing you to hear what has already been done and allowing you to shape our future work:
- Monitoring and Early Warning
- Water Supply and Utilities
- Business & communities
A showcase walk taking in the canals and parks of Birmingham, stopping along the way for conversations with key local stakeholders.
Interdisciplinary talks from across the programme and from stakeholders detailing how the work has helped them.
Networking opportunities throughout with a drinks reception after the conference.
Registration from 09:15 with the showcase starting at 10:00 and closing at 16:30, with drinks and networking to follow.
The closing date for registration is 2 March 2018.
Please contact the Project Office at email@example.com for further information.