The seminar “What colour is your water” is organised by ICID.UK and the UEA Water Security Research Centre. It will critically review the colours concept applied to water resources managements; for example blue water for surface freshwater; green water for rainfed agricultural evapotranspiration; grey water, brown water and so on.
Check out the links provided below for guidance on attendance and pricing. The final programme is subject to adjustments. The seminar is followed by a complimentary networking event.
The event will be available to watch on-line using the ICE website to registered participants; contact Tim Fuller for more information about this.
Venue: ICE, One Great George Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA
Date and time: Friday 22nd Feb, 1:45 pm Arrival and register (for a prompt 2:00 pm start)
2:00 pm Welcome by Bruce Lankford, ICID.UK and UEA Water Security Research Centre
- Jennie Baron (SEI/University of York) - Coloured water: pragmatic models and complex realities of communicating water functions in landscapes.
- Todd Jarvis (Oregon State University – by video) - Social Media and the Colours of Water: The Rainbow Water Coalition
3:00 pm Coffee, tea, biscuits
- Bruce Lankford (UEA/ICID) - Hesitate to irrigate: vector blue water for agricultural green water
- Francesca Greco / Marta Antonelli (KCL) - Accounting for virtual water in food products
- Charles Batchelor (ICID member) - Does use of the blue-green-grey water concept improve or dumb-down water management?
Panel discussion to 5:15 pm.
5:15 pm to 6:30 pm: Wine and snacks networking event
All ICID Members: no charge – however registration is required. Minor charge to others, and student discounts available, too.
More information and for powerpoint presentations after the event can be found here.