Water Scarcity Situation in Chile: Opportunity for Water Reuse to Reduce the Water Gap

  • DATE / TIME:
    2020/12/11    14:50 - 16:20

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    Organisers: UNU-FLORES, Technische Universität Dresden (TU Dresden), University of Bonn


    • Andrea Müller, PhD Researcher, UNU-FLORES and TU Dresden
    • Ulrike Broschek, Director of Sustainability and Water Solutions, Fundación Chile


    • Christina Froemder, Scientific Coordinator in Sustainability and Innovation Management, UNU-FLORES
    • Raghid Shehayeb, Intern, UNU-FLORES


    This instalment of the International Water Colloquium series will be held by Andrea Müller (UNU-FLORES and TU Dresden) and Ulrike Broschek (Fundación Chile) on the topic “Water Scarcity Situation in Chile: Opportunity for Water Reuse to Reduce the Water Gap”.

    Further details about the project Water Scenarios 2030 (EH 2030) led by Fundación Chile and mentioned in this session can be found here (general project overview in English) and here (project website in Spanish).

    To join the event, please register here.

    International Water Colloquium

    UNU-FLORES, in collaboration with Technische Universität Dresden (TU Dresden), and the University of Bonn, is delighted to present the International Water Colloquium. This joint lecture series on the topic of “Cooperation in Water Management – Tackling a Global Challenge” is an interactive and interdisciplinary colloquium, which forms a dialogue between a scientist and a practitioner from a local partner institution/industry partner. It seeks to showcase the combined forces of collaborative research to tackle global challenges in water management.

    Each session presents one project of a UNU institution and its local partner institute. These sessions are planned to be held online in November and December 2020 and build a start of a long-term relationship and collaborative network between UNU institutions and their local partner universities.

    Each session will be held in the form of a 90-min Zoom webinar, starting with a 60-min lecture/dialogue between the researchers and partners followed by a 30-min discussion round with the audience.

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