Throughout the world workshops, seminars, conferences and trainings are being held in order to cope with the challenges in delta regions. Delta Alliance aims to connect and contribute to a number of these events. The events as outlined on this page are either co-organized by Delta Alliance, organised by Delta Alliance partners or are relevant for persons working on delta issues worldwide.

Upcoming Delta Alliance events and delta events with DA participation

Boekpresentatie: De toekomst van water en klimaat in beeld (19 april 2018) Hoe zien de water-gerelateerd uitdagingen in de wereld eruit in 2050? Waar zal te veel, te weinig of te vies water een grotere rol gaan spelen? En wat betekent een groeiende wereldbevolking en klimaatverandering voor de beschikbaarheid van energie, voedsel, sanitatie en migratie. Waar beïnvloedt dit zelfs mogelijk conflicten? De uitnodiging en mogelijkheid tot aanmelden is te vinden op de PBL website.
Cairo 2018 Waterweek (14-18 October 2018) Conference objectives are to: promote awareness related to water conservation and sustainable development, foster new thinking to face water related challenges, support actions towards integrated water resources management. With a.o. the Delta Coalition Third Ministerial Conference.
Blik op de delta's: kansen voor NKWK vanuit internationaal perspectief (17 april 2018, Wageningen) De Delta Alliance organiseert tijdens de vierde NKWK conferentie 'Van papier naar praktijk' een sessie.
Delta Alliance Secretariat
International Conference Water Science for Impact (16-18 October 2018) This large international and multidiscipinary water conference is convened within the framework of the WUR 100 years centennial celebrations, and is organised by WUR, Deltares, KWR Watercycle Research Institute, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL). The conference will focus on the interaction between science and society in developing solutions for pressing water related problems as identified in the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
WUR, Deltares, RIVM, PBL
EGU session: Sustainable management of river deltas under pressure (8-13 April 2018) Invitation to submit an abstract to the session ‘Sustainable management of river deltas under pressure’ (Session GM6.6/BG7.6/HS5.17), to be held at the EGU General Assembly 2018, 8-13 April 2018, Vienna, Austria. The aim of this session is to bring together knowledge of both natural and societal processes (inter)acting in a delta, and their impacts, which is essential to find sustainable solutions for delta management. We invite contributions to this session on (1) human-induced processes driving change in river deltas, (2) impacts of these changing conditions, and (3) optimising delta management solutions, in particular by using an interdisciplinary approach.
Future Deltas
Adaptation Futures 2018, Dialogues for Solutions (18-21 June 2018) The conference will bring together diverse actors working in climate adaptation to learn from and stimulate each other in what they do and how they do it: academic and applied researchers, professionals in consulting and other roles, policymakers and managers, civil society, business, those working in international bodies and multilateral bodies.

Past Events

Pathways to Sustainability Conference 2018, Session Future Deltas (9 February 2018) A one-day conference to mark the official launch of 'Pathways to Sustainability’, one of four Strategic Themes of Utrecht University (2017-2021). A.o. with a session on Water, Climate & Future Deltas.
Utrecht University
Conference: Linking Urbanising Deltas of the World research with Bangladesh Deltaplan 2100 (22 January 2018) The conference will focus on linking research, innovation and implementation in delta management, to identify opportunities for improving exchange, use and generation of knowledge directed towards implementation challenges. The UDW research and innovation programme and the Bangladesh Deltaplan 2100 (BDP2100) will be applied as entry points.
Inaugural lecture and syposium: (En)gage the flow. Striking the balance in deltas under pressure (25 January 2018) On 25 January the inaugural lecture of Ton Hoitink as personal Professor in the Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group will take place. The lecture will be preceded by a symposium.
Mini-debate and book launch 'State of the Delta' (18 December 2017) The book ‘The State of the Delta’ by Professor Han Meyer describes how the rise of advanced technologies of hydraulic engineering and water management in The Netherlands are related to the development of specific urban patterns and particular social and political institutions and resulted in a completely artificial, man-made landscape.
AGU Session “Progress in research on the world’s major river deltas” (11-15 December 2017)
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