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Shale Gas and Integrated Water Management

CIWEM / London, UK This conference will look at the perceived risks of shale gas extraction to the environment and the management of these risks. Speakers will also discuss the use of best available techniques (BAT) of produced and flow back waters, monitoring and management of extractive waste and integrated water management.

Carbon Capture and Storage in the UK: policy priorities, collaboration and long‐term confidence

Westminster Forum Projects / London, UK This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to assess progress and next steps of the Government's Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Commercialisation Programme as the UK seeks to move into Phase 2 of rollout. Delegates will consider priority challenges for deploying CCS technology at a commercial level, including development of CCS in large industrial sectors, technology and engineering issues, and requirements for supply chain and transportation infrastructure. Additional areas for discussion include investment priorities and the level of Government support in light of the £2.5 million funding to develop North Sea CO2 storage.

Managing Wetlands, Rivers & Sediments Workshop

Salix / Norfolk, UK With support from cbec eco-engineering and frog environmental, bio-engineering specialist Salix, is hosting a two-day practical Wetland, River & Sediment training course at Croxton Park in the Thetford Forest in Norfolk, 7-8 July 2015, to promote natural solutions for river and wetland improvements.
The event will include extensive practical demonstrations on cutting edge techniques, including the UK launch of Clearflow accelerated sediment removal technology, nursery tours, presentations from major wetland and river enhancement project managers and the results of leading academic research.

Meeting the UK's carbon budgets: What priorities for the new government?

Aldersgate Group / London, UK The next 18 months of this Parliament will be particularly important for climate and energy policy with critical decisions needing to be made on key areas such as energy efficiency, the future of the levy control framework and the fifth carbon budget. In recognition of this, the Aldersgate Group and the City of London Corporation are holding a joint event to debate what the new government needs to do to ensure the UK meets its carbon budgets in a way that is timely, affordable and delivers net economic benefits to the UK.

Next steps for climate change policy ‐ delivering the National Adaptation Programme

Westminster Forum Projects / London, UK This seminar will assess progress and examine next steps towards the National Adaptation Programme (NAP), which sets out activity in Government, business and more widely to adapt better to the changing climate. It will be an early opportunity to assess the NAP progress report, due to be presented to the Government by July 2015 by the Adaptation Sub-Committee (ASC) of the Committee on Climate Change. The Head of Adaptation, Committee on Climate Change, Daniel Johns, is a keynote speaker at this conference.
15-17- July-2015

Water and Society 2015

Wessex Institute / A Coruña, Spain The Water and Society Conference is to be reconvened in 2015 following the success of the previous meetings, the first of which was held in Las Vegas in 2011, followed by the meeting in 2013 in the New Forest, UK, home to the Wessex Institute.

Electricity Market Reform: Contracts for Difference and the Capacity Market

Westminster Forum Projects / London, UK Delegates will assess the future of the Contracts for Difference regime and the Capacity Market auctions in the context of energy investment in the UK, following announcements that the European Commission is investigating Member State aid for energy supplies, as well as the practical and financial challenges of delivering EMR. Further sessions will also focus on what more can be done to ensure the UK has the capacity to support growing energy demand, and the future of low carbon electricity generation and the next steps for policy.
5-7- August-2015

Water Efficiency Conference 2015

watefnetwork / Exeter, UK More information to follow.
3-4- September-2015

SUDSnet International Conference 2015

SUDSnet / Coventry, UK

This 2 day meeting will include a mix of research and practitioner speakers, posters and displays on SUDS and SUDS -related topics.
A perfect opportunity to get up to date with recent developments and future directions in research and application of SUDS.


National infrastructure planning: priorities, funding and progress of major projects

Westminster Forum Projects / London, UK

This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to assess the next Government's priorities for national and local planning and latest progress towards delivering Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs). Delegates will discuss what more can be done to balance critical infrastructure development as set out in the Government's National Infrastructure Plan with the concerns and needs of local communities, together with an assessment of the economic case and public and private funding requirements behind priority projects.


Next steps for the water industry: prices, regulation and infrastructure

Westminster Forum Projects / London, UK

This seminar focuses on the development of the water industry in the UK following Ofwat's Price Review which sets the prices companies can charge over the 2015-2020 period. Sessions will assess the regulatory framework, investment priorities and measures to ensure there is a stable supply of water across the country. Further discussion will evaluate the impact of the Government's Water Act 2014 and how new technology and intelligent networks can benefit suppliers and consumers.


6th China Solid Waste Management Summit 2015

Emerging Industries Institute / Shanghai, China

This aims to be China's largest international solid waste management conference linking project owners,developers and contractors with technology vendors,system integrators,investors and consultants for networking, knowledge-sharing and partnership opportunities.


Environmental Claims

Brownfield Briefing / London, UK

A recent study by DEFRA has shown that the benefits of UK environmental regulations are increasing. However, changes to regulations, and heightened level of public awareness around environmental regulation means that businesses, and their consultants and contractors, are increasingly responsible for environmental damage. Furthermore, the impact of environmental issues and the liabilities arising from them can be complex and costly.

15-17- September-2015

RWM 2015

CIWM / NEC Birmingham RWM is Europe's premier resource efficiency and waste management event. The place to network, close deals and generate leads. RWM 2014 saw more exhibitors doing business at the show than ever before - with many companies taking orders on their stands at the NEC. In addition, record numbers of waste producers and local authorities were in attendance to source new suppliers and equipment.

Integrated Water Resources Management Conference

WWT / Birmingham, UK The Integrated Water Resources Management Conference, taking place on day one of Sustainable Water 2015, examines the challenges of balancing economics and the environment and will provide a timely opportunity to consider updates to the Water Framework Directive and implementation of the next round of River Basin Management Plans.
17- September-2015

The future of the energy sector in Northern Ireland: cost, supply and regulation

Policy Forum for Northern Ireland / Belfast, UK

This seminar will provide a timely opportunity for delegates to consider the future of the energy sector in Northern Ireland at a time of significant reform and restructure.

21-24- September-2015

Land Use and Water Quality (LuWQ2015)

Austropa Interconvention / Vienna, Austria

LuWQ2015 is an international and interdisciplinary conference on the cutting edge of science, management and policy to minimise effects of agriculture and land use changes on the quality of groundwater and surface waters.

Environment Analyst Business Summit 2015

Environment Analyst / London, UK

With a packed and informative programme, the EA Business Summit will see leaders of environmental consultancy firms, small and large, converging to discuss the current state and future of their sector with each other and their suppliers, clients, partners, investors and advisors - the first gathering of such a targeted audience in the UK and a prime opportunity to network with CEOs, MDs, other directors and key managers within this dynamic sector.
5-9- October-2015

Sardinia Symposium 2015

EuroWaste / Italy

Following the great success of the fourteenth edition held in 2013, which saw the participation of more than 700 delegates from a wide variety of countries worldwide, Sardinia 2015 promises to be the largest event of the year in the field of Waste Management and Landfilling.
6-7- October-2015

International Workshop on Waste Architecture

Eurowaste srl / Cagliari, Italy

The Workshop on Waste Architecture represents the first of a series of thematic seminars on environmental design and interventions focussing on waste collection, disposal and management. Waste Architecture is a new and relatively unexplored conceptual and design topic which promises to give rise to a lively debate between environmental professionals, and architecture and urban design experts. This first appointment will focus mainly on the architectural, functional and landscape rehabilitation of old landfills.
6-9- October-2015

10th Greenport Congress and 3rd GreenPort Cruise Conference

Mercator Media / Copenhagen, Denmark Now in its 10th year the GreenPort Congress attracts more than 195 port professionals, from over 30 countries and 98 ports. It is widely recognised as the key event for decision makers from the port community - port authorities, terminal operators, shipping lines, logistics operators - to both learn about and discuss the latest in sustainable development and environmental practice to enable them to effectively implement the changes needed to reduce their carbon footprint and to be more sensitive to environmental considerations.

Brownfield Remediation & Redevelopment

Brownfield Briefing / London, UK Brownfield Briefing are pleased to bring you the 2015 Remediation conference. The fully re-researched and updated programme brings together industry experts who will share first-hand their solutions for achieving cost-effective, justifiable and sustainable brownfield remediation. Providing a mix of policy, strategic and technology-focused presentations, as well as extensive networking opportunities, this highly popular one-day event will ensure you are best placed to compete as the importance of Brownfield remediation and development continues to grow.
15-16- October-2015

European Shale Gas & Oil Summit 2015

Charles Maxwell / Manchester, UK The Third E-SGOS 2015 is a two-day conference, exhibition, networking event and media platform for the shale gas, coal bed methane, and underground coal gasification industries for the UK and Europe. The event will be attended by central governments, local governments, energy institutions, operators, contractors, service companies and stakeholders. This years event will hold 40 speakers, 3 conferences, 400 attendees and 30 exhibitors.

Flood Management Summit

NCE / London, UK With over 150 delegates set to attend from clients, engineers, contractors and the supply chain, NCE’s 11th Flood Management Summit on 21-22 October is the industry’s premier gathering where innovative projects will be explored and best practice for flood risk management will be shared.

Shale Gas Environmental Summit

SMi Group / London, UK With the election over and a pro-fracking government in power, the shale gas industry continues to develop. With recent licence and permitting applications from Rathlin Energy in Nottinghamshire and third Energy’s application in the Thirsk, Malton and Filey constituency it is more crucial than ever that the risks are understood with the scientific background.

Flood management in England

Westminster Forum Projects / London, UK This conference will be a timely opportunity to assess the policy priorities for flood and coastal risk management in England. It follows the announcement of Government plans to invest £2.3 billion in flood defence projects up to 2021.

Energy in Scotland

Scotland Policy Conferences / Edinburgh, UK This seminar will bring together policymakers from the Scottish Government and Parliament with key stakeholders of renewable energy in Scotland including businesses operating in the energy and environment sectors, their suppliers and advisors; local government and interest groups; along with academics and commentators.

Energy Summit

Economist Events / London, UK

This year's summit will focus on what the energy business will look like 15 years from now. It will provide insights into future global supply and demand pattern for oil and gas, nuclear, coal and alternatives across developed as well as developing economies across the globe.


Drinking Water Quality Update Seminar

CIWEM / London, UK

The aim of this technical seminar, which was last held in 2010, will be to share new information and experiences on topics relating to drinking water treatment, emerging contaminants, and water distribution.

EIC Annual Conference

EIC / London, UK

The UK has a successful, innovative £100bn environmental sector, but environmental markets more than most are shaped by politics as much as economics. With a Conservative party with a mixed environmental track record now forming a majority government, an EU referendum within two years, critical international climate negotiations only months away, and economic uncertainty across the world, understanding the factors which will shape environmental business opportunities over the next five years is as critical as ever.

Planning reform in Northern Ireland: progress, priorities and next steps

Belfast, UK

It is scheduled eight months after the transfer of planning powers to local councils, following wider Local Government Reform and delegates will assess lessons that can be learnt following the transfer of powers, early indications of the effectiveness of the new planning system, and key priorities moving forward. Panels will assess the impact of planning reforms on service delivery - including the ability of the super councils to encourage sustainable economic development and implement the ‘town centre first’ plan - as well as how effectively the reformed planning system is supporting transport and energy infrastructure projects, such as the North-South interconnector and Belfast Transport Hub.

Energy from Waste

SMi Group Ltd / London, UK Smi's 8th Annual Energy from Waste conference is designed to be a platfom for discussion and understanding of the developments in industry. The conference will cover a range of issues including how the circular economy will impact Energy from Waste and other updates on regulation and recycling targets.

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