The SWMRA-2024 will go ahead in-person & online this November from 4-6 in Paris, France. We welcome participants from all over the world!
The conference will provide a platform for sharing knowledge, experiences, and best practices related to water sustainability and adaptation. Participants will have the opportunity to present their research and case studies, engage in interactive discussions and workshops, and network with other professionals in the field. The conference will also feature keynote speeches from leading experts in water management and climate change. The conference discusses topics such as freshwater ecosystem restoration, adaptation methodologies to changing climates, water resource policies, economic benefits of water adaptation, and meteorology and weather warning systems. The conference aims to contribute to the achievement of the UN’s 6th Sustainable Development Goal, which calls for ensuring access to water and sanitation for all and promoting sustainable water management. By bringing together diverse perspectives and expertise, the conference will seek to identify innovative solutions and actionable strategies for promoting water sustainability and adaptation at local, regional, and global scales.
Join us, at the 1st international conference on "Sustainable Water Management and Resource Adaptation SWMRA" in Collaboration with Université Paris Cité, France to discuss modern research on water adaptation, sustainability, and climate change mitigation. The conference aims to form an interdisciplinary discussion and harbor the latest research in the field, hosting researchers, scientists, geographers, engineers, professionals, and policymakers, all to preserve the most valuable resource of all.
Water lies at the heart of adaptation to climate change and serves as a crucial link between climate systems, human society, and the environment. It is a finite and irreplaceable resource that is fundamental to human well-being. Various necessary adaptation measures that deal with climate change have the potential to create resilience to climate change and enhance water security. Sustainable governance of available surface and groundwater resources is key to solving water problems.
To achieve water sustainability, we must promote the restoration and protection of freshwater ecosystems. This can involve measures such as reducing pollution, implementing sustainable land use practices, and creating protected areas for aquatic species. Additionally, we must adapt to the climate change crisis by improving water efficiency, investing in water infrastructure, and developing new water sources. This can involve measures such as implementing water reuse and recycling programs, upgrading water treatment facilities, and investing in desalination technologies.
Analysis of river basin scale adaptation is also critical for water management, as it involves assessing the impacts of climate change on water resources and developing strategies to manage these impacts. We must take a holistic and integrated approach to water management, including improving water governance, establishing regulations for water use, and providing funding for water infrastructure. By engaging stakeholders from different sectors and levels of government, as well as local communities, we can develop effective water resource policies that promote sustainable water use and ensure that water resources are managed for the benefit of all.
For registration and abstract submission: https://www.ierek.com/events/sustainable-water-management-and-resource-adaptation-swmra-#introduction
1.1. Advances in Materials Science and Engineering for Sustainable Water Treatment
1.2. Emerging Trends in Materials Chemistry for Water Purification
1.3. Design and Synthesis of Functional Nanomaterials for Water Remediation
1.4. Sustainable Approaches for Heavy Metal Removal from Water using Advanced Materials
2.1. Biomimetic and Bioinspired Materials for Water Treatment Applications
2.2. Integration of Nanomaterials in Water Treatment Systems: Challenges and Opportunities
2.3. Characterization and Modeling of Materials for Water Treatment and Separation
2.4. Climate change risk management and its effects on environmental disasters
2.5. Advancements in emergency response systems
3.1. Nanomaterials for Efficient Water Treatment Processes
3.2. Functional Nanomaterials for Photocatalytic Water Treatment Processes
3.3. Nanomaterials for Efficient Adsorption and Catalysis in Water Treatment
4.1. Novel Separation Techniques for Water and Wastewater Treatment
4.2. Sustainable Approaches for Heavy Metal Removal from Water using Advanced Materials
4.3. Membrane Technologies for Sustainable Water Treatment and Reuse
4.4. Advanced Separation Techniques for Sustainable Water Resource Management
4.5. Hybrid Materials for Enhanced Water Treatment and Separation Efficiency
5.1. Catalytic Materials for Water Splitting and Hydrogen Production
5.2. Advanced Materials and Technologies for Solar-Driven Water Splitting
5.3. Electrochemical Materials for Water Splitting and Energy Conversion
5.4. Advanced Materials for Membrane Technology in Water splitting and Treatment
6.1. Renewable energy powered desalination and integrated resource recovery seawater treatment
6.2. Challenges and opportunities for water recycling, treatment and reuse
6.3. Smart water distribution and management & green infrastructures
6.4. Water scarcity and water harvesting
7.1. Water governance frameworks and management dimensions
7.2. Circular economy principles in optimizing water resources usage, reuse, and energy extraction
7.3. Regulations for water use and pollution control
7.4. Pricing instruments for sustainable water resources management
7.5. Regulations and promotions for equitable water accessibility
8.1 Development challenges and opportunities for water management in cities and transition frameworks
8.2 Urban, spatial and environmental treatments for water retention, infiltration, and management
8.3 Water sensitive design and approach for consumption and waste reduction
8.4 Decentralized wastewater treatment and rainwater harvesting techniques and technologies
8.5 Stakeholders planning, participation and implementation
9.1 Integrated Water and Energy Planning
9.2 Smart Water and Energy Grids
9.3 Water-Energy-Food Nexus
9.4 Circular Economy Approaches in Water and Energy Management
9.5 Policy and Governance for Water-Energy Nexus
9.6 Water-Energy Nexus in Urban Settings
9.7 Innovative Technologies for Water-Energy Efficiency
9.8 Social & Economic Implications of the Water-Energy Nexus
9.9 Cross-Border Water-Energy Nexus
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