12 - 15 November 2007
Radisson SAS Hotel
The first international conference on adaptive and
integrative water management will bring together scientists from academia,
industry, and policy making/government to analyse progress, to explore new
research directions and highlight policy implications of scientific
findings. It will focus on basic research findings across all sectors of
adaptive and integrated water resource management. Furthermore it will share
the major scientific insights from the NeWater project with the wider
scientific community and embed it into the current scientific debate in all
Scientific community - interdisciplinary context for a wide range of researchers from
different disciplines and specialized fields. The last day will specifically
address the policy and professional practitioners communities.
For full paper reviews: an edited book at the
Springer Verlag published at time of the conference.
For papers based on extended abstract:
a CD-ROM including all papers that have been submitted through an extended abstract procedure.
Structure the conference
Plenary KeyNotes on all key topics addressing an interdisciplinary audience.
Parallel sessions with oral presentations and poster sessions to go into
depth in the different fields. Beside regular sessions special
can be organised under the auspices of CAIWA.
A science-to-policy day is integrated into the scientific program of the conference.
CAIWA under the patronage of the European Parliament
On April 2nd, 2007, the European Parliament's President Hans-Gert Pöttering notified CAIWA to be held
under the patronage of the European Parliament. "This project is of utmost European interest and I am
congratulating on your initiative. I am pleased to set this event under the patronage of the European
Parliament", Pöttering reports. The possibility of his presence at CAIWA will be clarified soon.
with support of: