BESSE, Brokering Environmentally Sustainable Sanitation for Europe project, Final Seminar: "Towards sustainable sanitation in Europe – Involving researchers, entrepreneurs, policy makers and citizens in Knowledge Brokerage" From 9.30 to 13.30 at European Economic and Social Committee, Brussels, Belgium. The BESSE project is a collaborative effort of academic, professional and non-governmental organisations with an aim to contribute to the Renewed, Sustainable Development Strategy of the European Union through the enhancement of the links between sanitation policy and research on sustainable sanitation development. The BESSE Final Seminar aims to provide an opportunity to debate the promotion of innovative processes in the field of sanitation in Europe. A Sanitation Policy Guidelines book, containing key findings as well as policy recommendations, will be presented and will form the basis for the discussions. 26th September 2012 WaterDiss2.0 and AQUAREHAB Special Session: "The Challenges of Integrating impact of remediation technologies into water management, within the First European Symposium on Remediation Technologies and their Integration in Water Management". Afternoon session, Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, Spain Water and environmental agencies and technology providers share a common interest in applying the best technologies to remediate water degraded areas. This session aims at matching the needs of the policy makers and practitioners with the new solutions provided by research projects in order to meet the objectives set out in the Water Framework Directive and related directives. The seminar is organised within the framework of the WaterDiss2.0 and AQUAREHAB projects by experts from Amphos 21, a scientific and strategic environmental consultancy. The WaterDiss2.0 project is part of the SPI-Water Cluster, which consists of three FP7 projects dealing with science-policy interfacing in water management: STREAM, WaterDiss2.0 and STEP-WISE. These projects are working to support the transfer of water research results to intended users, linking science, policy and practice. 26th-27th September 2012 IMPRINTS Course and International Workshop: "Implementing the EU Flood Directive in Flash Prone Areas" From 8.30 to 18.00 Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts, Brussel, Belgium. The IMPRINTS project is organising an International Course about “Tools to support the EU Flood Directive implementation in Flash Flood prone areas: The Imprints Platform” on 26th September and an International Workshop on “Implementing the EU Flood Directive in Flash Prone Areas” on 27th September at the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts in Brussels. The Workshop will be web streamed live with the support of the STREAM project.
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