Research Media renews partnership with Green Week

 

Research Media is proud to announce it will partner Green Week for the third year running. Green Week – held on 22-25 May in Brussels – is recognised as the largest conference in Europe to tackle environmental issues. Research Media will be providing coverage of the event in its flagship International Innovation publication, detailing the key issues, objectives and outcomes, as well as featuring interviews with keynote speakers

Nick Brake, Director of Research Media, is enormously excited by the prospect of partnering the event for a third year: “We are delighted to once again be involved in supporting Green Week by communicating to our readership the key decisions made on tackling the most pressing environmental challenges facing Europe today. We also believe that, with so many key decision makers in attendance, the visibility this will afford to the research efforts we disseminate cannot be underestimated and we hope that our presence at the events will attract a wealth of new readers”.

The 12th edition of Green Week, the biggest annual conference on European environment policy, will be held in Brussels on 22-25 May under the theme ‘Every Drop Counts – The Water Challenge’. The conference will consist of around 40 sessions each dedicated to assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of EU water policy and engaging sustainably with methods of preserving water. Green Week will be hosting programmes relating to a number of water-based concerns including ‘Green Infrastructure for Water,’ ‘Water Pricing – Economic Tools for Water Policy,’ ‘Industrial Emissions in Water,’ along with subject areas including fishing, flooding, water information systems and a view of non-European countries.

As the largest annual conference to address environmental issues and policy in Europe, Green Week offers an exclusive opportunity to debate and discuss water issues and a chance to meet with companies, organisations, academics, researchers, EU members and the media among many others. Its success last year (3,160 participants) indicates the likelihood that this year’s event will be a hit.

The closing sessions of Green Week will address the future for EU water policies, with important decision makers in attendance such as Bart Devos, European Youth Water Ambassador, and European Commissioner for Environment Janez Potočnik.

International Innovation is a unique publication dedicated to the dissemination of the latest science, research and technology. It offers a bespoke service to researchers and leading scientific institutions who wish to highlight and share their latest work with those in the global research community.

For more details on this event, please visit: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/greenweek

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