World Toilet Day

Toilet Day on 19 November gets promoted every year via social media campaigns, online petitions, and by getting involved in a range of events held in different countries worldwide. More people in the world have a mobile phone than a toilet and of the seven billion people in the world six billion have mobile phones. The contrast to this is that only 4.5 billion people have access to toilets or latrines – implying that 2.5 billion people, mostly in rural areas, do not have proper sanitation.


Assistance for Preparing Innovation Procurement in the Water Sector

A call for interest has been issued by the Water PiPP project, offering assistance to public authorities and water utilities interested in receiving assistance with innovation procurement in the water sector. The call is aimed at public procurers who are interested in preparing or launching a joint PCP or PPI initiative in the water sector between Sept 2015 and December 2016.


The international conference on chemistry and the environment

Emerging contaminants; analytical methods for trace analysis; water quality, wastewater treatment and reuse, drinking water; nanomaterials and microplastic are important topics at the International Conference on Chemistry and the Environment ICCE2015 to be held in Leipzig, Germany.on 20 - 25 September 2015.


WATER JPI at the 7th World Water Forum

The world’s biggest triannual water event, the 7th World Water Forum was held in Daegu & Gyeongbuk cities of Republic of Korea on 12-17 April, 2015. Water JPI was represented in the Forum with a Side Event Session named “Water JPI: Scaling-up Water RDI Activities from Regional to Supra-Regional Level” on April 15th.


Workshop on climate change and water scarcity

Representatives of the EU projects CLIMAFRICA, WAHARA, EAU4FOOD, MARS, GLOBAQUA, FIGARO have organized the workshop “Coping with climate change and water scarcity in Africa and Europe: improving monitoring and water use efficiency in agriculture”.
This event will be held in the European pavilion at Expo 2015 on 17 June 2015 in the early afternoon. Registration is available at this link.


Joint EurAqua-WssTP Workshop on Water-related ecosystem services

The European technological platform on water WssTP in co-operation with the European network of freshwater research organisations EurAqua and the Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA) hosted a workshop titled ‘Water-related ecosystem services: Increasing the relevance of the concept for operational management on various scales


Water JPI key achievements 2011-2016

This publication presents the ten main goals achieved by the initiative till now.



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