Achieving SDG 6 The 'water goal' a prerequisite for the 2030 UN Development Agenda
Monday 21 May 18.00 to 20.00
Venue: ICE ICE, One Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA
An opportunity to see what is going on across the international water scene as water now features as a central theme in the United Nation's 2030 Development Agenda.
Professor Stehan Uhlenbrook is visiting London and will present the result of a global review of water and development prior to his presentation to the UN in New York in July.
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Start date : Monday 21st May 2018 : End date : Monday 21st May 2018
Import into calendar
UKIA is supporting a major irrigation trade event, IRRIGEX UK at the Peterborough Arena. This is a trade exhibition devoted to irrigation in agriculture, amenity, and sports plus a series of key presentations by leading irrigation specialists over the 2-day event.
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10% discount for exhibitors who are UKIA members. Join the UKIA to take advantage of this offer and save money. Information on membership at www.ukia.org or Email email@example.com Companies joining us for this event will require Group Membership.
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IRRIGEX UK will run alongside the successful FLOODEX UK which is suppported by the Association of Drainage Authorities (ADA). So there will be lots of opportunties to explore the complementary areas of irrigation and drainage under one roof.
Start date : Wednesday 27th February 2019 : End date : Thursday 28th February 2019
Import into calendar
UK Irrigation Association (UKIA) is the only independent organisation representing irrigation in the UK. We are a voice for irrigation in the debate over the future of UK's water resources; we advocate the wise use of water in agriculture, in amenity and in sports and leisure; and we promote good irrigation design and management practices.
Using water wisely for irrigation
Irrigated agriculture is important in the UK's rural economy. More than 1,000 agri-businesses, large and small, depend on irrigation to supply high quality fresh fruit and vegetables to the nation's supermarkets - arguably one of the most sophisticated markets in the world. Irrigated agriculture employs over 50,000 people and annually contributes over £3bn to the rural economy.
Irrigation is also important in the urban environment - keeping sports turf in peak condition for play and providing high quality amenity and leisure facilities.
But today, irrigation faces new challenges - new regulations, increasing risks of droughts and floods, climate change, public pressures for greater accountability and environmental sustainability. UKIA helps members to meet these challenges.
Members include farmers and growers (over 50%), consultants, researchers, suppliers, manufacturers, and government professionals.
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