It will bridge with the COP 21 meeting that will take place in Paris (France) in December 2015. The programme will present a follow-up to Marseille, from the solutions put forward during the event to their materialisation; and the progresses on commitments for water and energy-related issues and the impacts of the multiple uses of water on food and health.
Submissions must be handed in by
15 April 2014
The submitted contributions may be:
-Scientific presentations / communications on research and innovation projects (technological and sociological)
-Case studies of implemented solutions and results
-Good practices and replicable experiences exchanges (across countries and/or sectors).
-Sharing and Managing Water and Energy Uses to make Regional Territories more Competitive and Attractive
-Multiple Water Uses
-Impact of Climate Change on the Management of Water, Energy, Food and Health
-The Challenges of an Integrated Strategy
-Impacts of Water on Energy, and of Energy on Water
-Changes in Water and Energy Demands
-Impact of Climate Change on Water and Energy Resources
-Water and Energy Savings
-Access to Water and Access to Energy: How to Address Both Issues in an Integrated Way?
-Water and Energy Needs for Food and Health
-Innovative Ways to Generate Economic, Environmental and Societal Value
-New Energies and Innovative Solutions
-Non-Conventional Water Sources (Drinking Water)
-Innovations' Constraints and Barriers