The world’s water quality: A pre-study for a worldwide assessment
Joseph Alcamo (CESR, University of Kassel) presenting the Analytical Brief.
Interventions concerning the full assessment of water quality, Manuela Fader (BfG / ICWRGC UNESCO) and chairman Federico Properzi (UN-Water).
Presentation during Stockholm Water Week 2016
The UN-Water Analytical Brief ‘Towards a Worldwide Assessment of Freshwater Quality’ was introduced in the session ‘Why waste water? Gearing up for World Water Day 2017’ convened by UN-Water on 30 August 2016.
Ilona Bärlund (UFZ) giving information on the UN-Water Analytical Brief on Water Quality Assessment (on the right chairman Stefan Uhlenbrook WWAP/UNESCO)
Presentations during the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-2) 2016
Launching the report, from left to right Kilian Christ (UNEP), Dietrich Borchardt (UFZ), Stewart Warner (UCC) and Patrick Mmayi (UNEP)
Photo: Josephat Kariuki (UNEP)
Presentations at UNEA-2 in Nairobi by Dietrich Borchardt in the session 'Food-Energy-Water Nexus + Natural Capital' on May 18th and by Joseph Alcamo in the session 'Global water challenges: pathways towards achieving the Agenda 2030' on May 24th.
Poster presentation during the European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2016
A poster entitled "Evaluation of global water quality – the potential of a data- and model-driven analysis" was presented by Ilona Bärlund and a poster entitled "Implications of salinity pollution hotspots on agricultural production" was presented by Martina Flörke in the session "Assessment and interpretation of state and trends in water quality" during the EGU General Assembly on April 19th, 2016 convened by University of Kassel (CESR) and Teagasc, Johnstown Castle Env. Res. Centre.
Presentations during the Stockholm Water Week 2015
Presentations by Dietrich Borchardt and Joseph Alcamo in the Session "Water Quality Data and Assessments: Co Benefits for Sustainable Development Goals, Country Reporting and Decision Support" during the Stockholm Water Week August 25th, 2015 convened by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB, Germany), Irish Government (DFA), UN-Water Management Team, UNEP (DEWA / DEPI) – GEMS/Water and the WWQA team.