Join the most current water discussion at BlueTech Forum. BlueTech Forum will gather large water corporates, small water tech companies, international utilities, industrial end users, investors and research institutes in London’s Kew Gardens on June 5-6th.
The theme of this year’s event is Innovating Towards Resilient Water Systems. The water cycle is where the impact of climate change is already being felt most keenly. But rarely does water get the attention it deserves in the climate change debate.
Despite their critical importance, water infrastructure and resources often play second fiddle to energy and carbon concerns in discussions at all levels.
This needs to change. Water is the locus of a multiplicity of opportunities to mitigate the effects of climate change, shore up resilience and drive resource efficiency.
BlueTech Forum 2019 is focused on identifying workable solutions and market opportunities in water management and technology. Now is the time to embrace new models for solving our burgeoning crises by valuing water smartly and aligning its utility with fundamental principles of sustainability, inclusion and resilience.
Living with climate instability will require significant investment in the way water is managed in cities, catchments, agriculture and industry. Transparency and efficiency will help businesses and utilities transition to an increasingly circular resource economy where water systems can adapt and thrive.