Climate change is forcing us to reassess our energy usage and will have real substantial impacts on the water cycle as well as energy production. Solving the interlinked challenges of water, climate and energy in a sustainable manner is one of the fundamental goals of this generation.
The Congress will explore topics of resilient and sustainable cities with a focus on climate change adaptation and mitigation, energy including:
• CLIMATE CHANGE
• COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION
• ECONOMICS AND POLICY
• ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY
• WATER, WASTEWATER & ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURES / UTILITIES
• WATER, AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
• SPECIAL PROGRAMMES
For a full detailed listing of Topics and Sub-Topics visit www.iwa-wcedublin.org
Download the Call for Papers: http://iwa-wcedublin.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/IWA-2012-Call-for-papers.pdf
The Congress will attract over 2000 like-minded water, climate and energy professionals from across the globe to exchange ideas, explore the state of the art and debate the key issues underlying the science and practice of these inectricably linked natural, utility and infrastructural issues of our time.
To Submit your paper and for more information, please visit www.iwa-wcedublin.org
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