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A BLUE NEW DEAL:  Water’s role in a sustainable and fair future - Online, 20 May

20 May 2021
Aqua Publica Europea, the European Association of Public Water Operators, and Águas de Gaia, the public water operator of the city of Vila Nova de Gaia (Portugal) invite you to explore why the sustainable management of water resources represents a pillar of a fair climate transition, and how the EU Green Deal can foster the achievement of this objective. The specific contribution that public water operators can offer in this field will be discussed with local and European and national policymakers, civil society’s organisations and experts.

EU Water Innovation Conference 2019 - Zaragoza, Spain

Spain 11 December 2019
On 12 December, the European Commission organises the EU Water Innovation Conference 2019 (EUWIC) in Zaragoza, Spain, with discussions focused on the theme: " Accelerating action to tackle water pollution and enhance EU preparedness to water-related climate change impacts ". The day before the conference, Aqua Publica Europea will take

The Future is Public - Amsterdam, 4-5 December

Netherlands 4 December 2019
On 4 and 5 December, Aqua Publica Europea will participate in the discussion taking place in Amsterdam during the two-day conference 'The Future Is Public'. The event will gather public services from all parts of the world to exchange on practices and concrete solutions with a future-looking approach.

APE Seminar | Water Affordability in Europe

Belgium 20 October 2016
On the 20th of October 2016, Aqua Publica Europea (APE) organised a seminar on Water Affordability, which was attended by a wide-ranging audience of institutional representatives, experts, NGOs and other stakeholders. The seminar built on the outcomes of an APE report mapping affordability approaches in different European countries.

APE Seminar | Setting the Right Price

Belgium 5 December 2014
This seminar on water pricing, organised by APE, was attended by over 80 representatives of water operators, political and institutional entities, civil society’s organisations, practitioners and business associations.The high number and variety of participants proves that the interest for the topic is strong and wide-ranging; it also demonstrates that there is a growing demand for opportunities to publicly debate over the future of water resources management.