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Banking on a brighter future for water

Water has become an area of growing importance and focus for Netherlands-based global bank ING – reinforced recently by the increasing interest that has emerged in building a circular economy. ‘We are really engaging our mainstream experts...

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The voice of youth at the heart of AIWW planning

‘I can’t believe it’s already a year and a half,’ says Andrea Kralikova, the current Youth Ambassador of Amsterdam International Water Week. Kralikova, who works for international consultancy Accenture, took up the role in late...

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Resource diversity beyond the dunes

As CEO of Dutch water utility Dunea Duin & Water, Wim Drossaert leads an organisation with an unusual twin identity. It supplies drinking water to around one and a half million people in one of the most densely populated parts of the Netherlands. It...

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An innovator’s view of the AIWW opportunity

As scientific director of Dutch water research and technology centre Wetsus, innovation is a top priority for Professor Cees Buisman. This applies for his own organisation. It also applies for his input as one of the strategic partners in the Amsterdam...

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Cooperation on the path to a resilient future for cities

For Lykke Leonardsen, programme leader for green urban solutions at the Danish city of Copenhagen, the urgency to build resilient cities works over two timescales, each with its own issues. A recent severe flooding event, for example, can prompt a...

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