Upcoming Events

The London Water Research Group is pleased to support a number of seminars in Autumn 2016 held by King’s Water and the King’s College London Department of Geography. All events are free, open to the public, and will be followed by a drinks reception. Click on a seminar title for more information.

 

Just adding water? The Water Act, sustainable diversion limits and environmental health in the Murray-Darling Basin

  • Stefanie Schulte, Policy Manager at the New South Wales Irrigators’ Council
  • Tuesday 18 October 2016, 4:30-6pm
  • War Studies Meeting Room (6th Floor, Strand Building, King’s College London)

 

Tropical stream ecology in Brunei

  • held jointly with Intrepid Explorers
  • Friday 28 October 2016, 5:15-6:15pm
  • Pyramid Room (K4U.04, Strand Building, King’s College London)

 

The Pitcairn Islands Marine Reserve – management and science challenges

  • Professor Terry Dawson, King’s College London
  • Tuesday 1 November, 5:15-6:15pm
  • Pyramid Room (K4U.04, Strand Building, King’s College London)

 

Role-playing games in water: Cultivating a phenomenological understanding of catchment and irrigation equity and efficiency? Or simply icebreakers?

  • Professor Bruce Lankford, University of East Anglia
  • Wednesday 9 November, 4:30-6pm
  • Pyramid Room (K4U.04, Strand Building, King’s College London)

 

Marine pollution and plastics in the environment

  • Dr Stephanie Wright, King’s College London
  • Friday 11 November, 5:15-6:15pm
  • Pyramid Room (K4U.04, Strand Building, King’s College London)

 

A river at risk: understanding natural variability and human interference in the Mekong

  • Dr Chris Hackney, University of Hull
  • Friday 18 November, 5:15-6:15pm
  • Pyramid Room (K4U.04, Strand Building, King’s College London)

 

Food, water, and energy security

  • Dr Nate Matthews, King’s College London and CGIAR
  • Friday 9 December, 5:15-6:15pm
  • Pyramid Room (K4U.04, Strand Building, King’s College London)

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