Registration is now open for the international conference Water Security 2015. This three-day event convenes leading global thinkers and practitioners from government, enterprise, civil society and academia to advance and debate risk-based analysis of water security. Not to be missed!
This lecture by Professor David Grey is part of the Welcome to the Anthropocene Lecture Series organised by the Environmental Change Institute.
In this guest lecture, Professor Francisco Meza (Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile) presents a modification of the traditional representation of the water–food–energy (WFE) nexus by emphasising the flows or influences between components. This allows a better representation of the dynamic nature of the WFE nexus in response to global change drivers.
On 19 September the Department of Engineering Science is hosting a special day for its alumni as part of the University of Oxford’s 2015 Alumni Weekend. The event includes two water talks:
Putting sustainability into water engineering, Professor Ian Thompson, Department of Engineering Science
Global water issues: The Jenkin Lecture, Mark Enzer, Engineering Science alumnus and Group Practice Manager for Water and Environment with Mott MacDonald.