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Water: Perspectives from Science and Industry

Seminar series focusing on water security, from flooding to droughts to climate change with perspectives from business, government and scientists

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 An energy cost analysis of membranes in water treatment from alternative sources; will improvements to water security be sustainable? Graeme K Pearce, Director, Membrane Consultancy Associates, gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series Graeme K Pearce 02 Dec 2013
2 Membrane filtration: from critical to threshold flux Robert Field, Engineering Science, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Water Security Seminar series Robert Feild 02 Dec 2013
3 Creative Commons Corporate water risk - clarity and consistency Cate Lamb, Head of Water Program, Carbon Disclosure Project, gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Cate Lamb 15 Nov 2013
4 Corporate water risk - confusion and ambiguity Alex Money, School of Geography and the Environment, gives a talk for the Water Security Seminar Series. Alex Money 15 Nov 2013
5 What is the risk of drought in the Thames basin? Jim Hall, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford, gives a talk for the Water security seminar series. Jim Hall 11 Nov 2013
6 Is climate change science a barrier to flood management decision making? Jon Wicks, Global Technology Leader - Flood Modelling, CH2M HILL, gives a talk for the Water security seminar series. Jon Wicks 11 Nov 2013
7 Adaptation to climate change: the role of insurance in flood risk management Edmund Penning-Rowsell, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Edmund Penning-Rowsell 29 Oct 2013
8 The future of UK flood insurance Matt Cullen, Policy Adviser - Flooding and Climate Change, Association of British Insurers, gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Matt Cullen 29 Oct 2013