Video - The Water Cycle Safety PlanREAD MORE >
PREPARED enabling change
The project PREPARED Enabling Change addresses the adaptation of the water sector to better cope with the
challenges posed by climate change. The project develops adaptation technologies and decision support tools based
on real-time management that will allow a quick response to extreme events, to prevent and limit any damages,
risks and disturbances in the urban water cycle. Read more in PREPARED Enabling Change READ MORE >
Poster booklet PREPARED 2012
This poster booklet on PREPARED Enabling Change, has been produced for the IWA World Water Congress
on Water, Climate and Energy from 13th to 18th May in Dublin, Ireland.
In this booklet we have collected all PREPARED posters that are presented at the Dublin event.READ MORE >
Climate change adaptation
The Climate Change activities under the umbrella of IWA seek to assist the water sector in meeting intensified challenges and uncertainties to build systems that are more robust, flexible and resilient than before.
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1st PREPARED ALLIANCE FORUM
A WEBINAR WAS PRODUCED DURING THE DUBLIN CLIMATE CHANGE CONGRESS
The Alliance Forum meetings in Dublin was very well attended – both physically and through logging into the Webinar where we had 62 colleagues participating.
TO VIEW THE PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS.
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CONAGUA Presides the Table on Climate Change in the 6th World Water Forum
According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), climate change will present important challenges in terms of the demand and supply of water. - Climate Change is a global and intergenerational problem with unequally distributed effects.READ MORE >
“POLEKO 2010” International Trade Fair of Environmental Protection
PREPARED project was presented during the International Trade Fair of Environmental Protection “POLEKO 2010”, the largest trade show in Central and Eastern Europe devoted to ecology. During the Trade Fair, PREPARED presented a paper at the “2nd German – Polish Forum on Eco-Innovation: Fostering R&D collaboration for a change”.
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Polish Trade Fair for Water and Sanitation Utilities, “HydroSilesia 2010”
The PREPARED project was presented during the Polish Trade Fair for Water and Sanitation Utilities, “HydroSilesia 2010”, on 3 to 5 November 2010, in Sosnowiec, Poland. READ MORE >
Cities Taking Action
Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria, in
south-east Australia. With a population of 4 million
(Colebatch & Lahey 2009), it is Australia’s second most
populous city. In 2009, Melbourne was named the world’s
‘third most liveable city’ by the Economist Intelligence Unit.READ MORE >
WORLD CONGRESS ON WATER, CLIMATE AND ENERGY 2012 - 13-18 MAY 2012
Water and energy are critical for our current society and will be of increasing importance in the future. Climate change is forcing us to reassess our energy usage and will have real and substantial impacts on the water cycle. Solving the interlinked challenges of water, climate and energy in a sustainable manner is one of the fundamental goals of this generation. READ MORE >
Poster booklet PREPARED 2010 Montreal, Canada
This poster booklet on PREPARED Enabling Change, has been produced for the IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition from 19th to 24th of September 2010 in Montreal, Cananda.READ MORE >
12-13 July 2010 - The Environment Directorate of DG RTD is organising an INFO DAY
Next 12-13 July 2010 the Environment Directorate of DG RTD is organising an INFO DAY and brokerage events related the forthcoming publication of the FP7 call for proposals - Work Programme 2011.
The INFO DAY will take place in Brussels, Centre Albert Borschette, 36 rue Froissart, starting on Monday afternoon 12 July.READ MORE >
Eindhoven voorbereid op risico's met water
EINDHOVEN - Wie herinnert zich niet de ondergestroomde spoortunnels tijdens Koninginnedag, een paar jaar terug. Eindhoven-Noord was korte tijd van Ziud gescheiden.READ MORE >
PREPARED: Project met potentie
Klimaatverandering is een begrip waar iedereen wel een mening over heeft. Het onderwerp levert een hoop publiciteit op en is de perfecte openingszin geworden voor menig doodgebloed familiefeestje. De ene na de andere organisatie stort zich op dit thema. Zo ook de Europese Commissie die het project PREPARED cofinanciert. Doel is om de drinkwater- en afvalwatersector voor te bereiden op de toekomst.READ MORE >
A Project aimed to Prepare Cities for Climate Change
The ‘PREPARED: Enabling Change’, Project, a large, EU-funded, collaborative effort comprising 35 partners, supports World Water Day on Monday 22 March 2010. READ MORE >
Prepared newsletter March 2013 - A planning instrument for CSO control
One of the major water-related problems in urban
areas is an insuffi cient capacity to cope with frequent
spills of combined sewer overfl ows (CSO)
affecting the quality of receiving water bodies.
Prepared Newsletter 5 - Data validation methods - batchwise off-line / continuous
The monitoring of urban water systems has signifi cantly progressed
since a decade ago. It is expected that this trend will
continue and expand in the future.
Prepared newsletter 4 - On-line catalogue of European adaptive initiatives of the water sector to face climate change impacts
Why a Catalogue of adaptation initiatives?
Far from any debate between climate sceptics and scientists, adaptation to the impacts of climate change has become a
reality for many water supply and sanitation utilities.
Prepared Newsletter 3 - CAN WE ADAPT TO CLIMATE CHANGE? Visions of the Future and their Role in PREPARED
Urban Water Systems are dominated by large assets, many of which have design lives of several decades. It is anticipated that many of the impacts of climate change will only become apparent after many years.
Prepared Newsletter - December 2010
Cancún climate change talks: Moving forward….slowly.
In 2010 when the impact of climate change caused floods that killed hundreds of Pakistanis and made millions more homeless, and where Russia recorded very high climatic temperatures, and where fires devastated its forests, representatives of most of the countries in the world arrived in Cancún, Mexico...
June 2010 Prepared Newsletter
There is no doubt that climate change is one of the most criti-cal and challenging issues we have to face as a global commu-nity in the 21st century. Impacts that mankind has to address as a result of climate change are, too much or too little water (flooding, droughts, water scarcity, sea level rise), too high or too low a temperature (extreme heat, extreme cold) and signifi-cant changes in the amount of water and in temperature, but also new diseases and loss of biodiversity.
WssTP Newsletter March 2010
Members of the WssTP are invited to meet on the 27th of April during the General Assembly.