On 23rd May 2012, 5 research projects videos will be shown followed by a debate on how the water research technologies can be further used by policy makers and industries. Some of the videos are produced by STREAM project and show interviews from project coordinators and visits to test sites at European level.
STREAM project has been selected together with other 10 initiatives to organise a Satellite event during the Green Week, taking place in Brussels in the week 22-25 May 2012.
STREAM satellite event is 1 hour session to show the videos produced by STREAM and other projects and to debate around the water research technologies to be used by policy makers and industries. The videos show the latest water technologies, interviews with project researchers and visits to European test sites.
In 2012, the main theme is "Water", more precisely "The Water Challenge – Every Drop Counts".
The "satellite events" are an important part of the biggest annual conference on European environment policy, "Green Week". Such events are organized in cities within the EU in order to extend the reach of the conference beyond Brussels' borders. These include different types of events, e.g. press conferences, guided tours, exhibitions, fairs, seminars, etc. which are related to the Green Week theme each year. In 2011 satellite events were held in 15 Member States around Europe, with around 8000 participants.
The following 5 videos will be shown:
1) INNOWATER: Facilitating the market access of innovative water technologies
2) AquaFit4Use: The project for sustainable water use in industry
3) AQUAREHAB: Implementing innovative water rehabilitation methods into European water management strategies
4) BioFresh project video: What is BioFresh?
5) IMPRINTS: Flash Floods and Debris Flows Risk Management
What: STREAM Satellite event: Film session
"Water technologies transfer from research to policy and industry"
When: 23rd of May 2012 from 06:00 to 07:00 pm
Where: Kafenio Restaurant Bar Lounge - 1st floor
Rue Stevin 134 - 1000 Brussels
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