Swedish Water House hosts various types of events focusing on current water issues. We aim to bridge the gap between science, policy, private sector and civil society. Our events are free of charge and open to everyone.
Below are all our events carried out in English. For an overview of our Swedish events, go to the Swedish events section.
This event was webcasted live – visit SIWI Media Hub for more viewing and sharing options. There is tremendous motivation among young professionals that combines all hearted and natural understanding of human rights with openness to creative solutions. With no fear […]
The textile industry is the world’s 4th largest industrial water user, and 2nd largest industrial water polluter. The industry is expected to grow from USD 500 billion today to about USD 1 trillion by 2020, due to growing purchasing power coupled […]
Hydropower stands for a large part of the Swedish energy production and is one of the most important renewable energy sources. The production of energy from hydropower entails impact on freshwater ecosystems and the services they provide, and a large […]
Venue: Swedbanks konferenslokal, Brunkenbergstorg 8, Stockholm
Time: 10:00-12:00, 26 November 2013
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC)
Swedish Water House
With existing and increasing developments as well as future projected increase in rainfall and extreme climates, urban areas are under growing pressure to coexist with large water flows. What is needed in Swedish flood risk management to cope and adapt […]
Ethnic minorities often suffer from discrimination, having limited or no access to social services. What socio-cultural barriers hinder these groups from accessing services such as water and sanitation, education and housing? How can government, communities and service providers work together […]
This event is a Side Event at World Water Week in Stockholm, arranged by Swedish Water House, H&M and IKEA. Cooperation and partnership needs from a retailing perspective. Including possible areas of cooperation, goals and challenges. === The seminar is […]
This seminar will provide young professionals with a platform to interact with leading experts in the water community, and present initiatives and resources that can help orientate young professionals in their future careers. We will also take a closer look […]