WWT Water Security in a Changing Environment
The 2020 WWT Water Security in a Changing Environment Conference will take on these issues, uniting the water industry and environmental stakeholders to address the climate crisis, improve water quality, drive investment in green infrastructure, enhance our chalk streams and manage abstraction and trade. Learn from the sector s leaders and help protect water resources in a changing environment at this one-day event designed to tackle some of the world s biggest challenges.
Speakers for 2020 include:
- Jean Spencer, Chair, National Water Resources Framework
- Paul Hickey, Managing director, RAPID
- Yvette de Garis, Head of environmental engagement, Thames Water
- Patric Bulmer, Head of water resources and environment, Bristol Water
- Marcus Rink, Chief inspector, DWI
- Clair Dunn, Head of water quality, Anglian Water
- Robin Price, Managing director, Water Resources East
- Sophie Tremolet, Water security director - Europe, The Nature Conservancy
- Alison Murphy, Water strategy manager, SES Water
- Paul Leinster, Professor of environmental assessment, Cranfield University
- Susan Twining, Chief land use policy advisor, CLA
- Alice Elder, Senior asset engineer, Affinity Water
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