We are proud to host IWA Congress and Exhibition with the proposed topic: “Water for smart liveable cities”. This topic addresses the challenges of the future and we will demonstrate smart water technology, system solutions, governance and policy in order to secure resilience in future towns and cities of the world.
Denmark has a long history of water and a remarkable tradition for sustainable solutions. Copenhagen is a liveable, blue and green city introducing smart integrated water solutions. In Denmark we drink groundwater directly from the tap, and thanks to efficient waste water treatment you can swim in our harbour, and our beaches are clean. New climate resilient neighbourhoods are being planned and built. Congress delegates will have plenty of opportunities to explore this living water laboratory.
You can see the Themes & Topics in Call for Content. It's no longer possible to submit abstracts or workshop-proposals. The Programme Committee will shape a programme in 19-20 tracks. Denmark has four members in the Programme Committee. Read more and stay updated at worldwatercongress.org/programme/
The Pavilion of Denmark addresses the global water challenges of the future and demonstrate smart water technology, system solutions, governance and policy in order to secure resilience in future towns and cities of the world. The Danish Pavilion features an open and innovative exhibition area of +600 sqm with specific zones highlighting the water cycle and all key areas where Danish knowledge and skills can make a difference world wide. Read more here.
Read the Danish core narrative about congress ambitions, summits and outcome here.
We encourage you to join us in to Copenhagen and participate in IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2021.
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Copenhagen, Denmark was chosen to host IWA World Water Congress at IWA Governing Assembly in Brussels October 2015. You can read the Final Bid from Denmark (version without economy) here.