New Water Ways Final Seminar
New water in old cities – what new possibilities can research give us?
Globally many cities observe an increasing trend of extreme rainfall episodes and flooding of streets and buildings. How can they adapt to avoid costly damages? How can stormwater management be organized and financed and how can we get citizens on board?
Join our seminar on Monday 20.9. from 12-15.30!
The seminar is free of charge, but you have to register here to get a streaming-link.
|12.00 – 12.05||Welcome Isabel Seifert-Dähnn, NIVA, project coordinator New Water Ways|
|12.05 – 12.20||Introduction Kim Paus, NMBU|
|Economics of stormwater management – benefits, stormwater fees and financing|
|12.20 – 12.40||Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) of green- and blue measures to reduce urban floods and improve water quality in Grefsen-Kjelsås Gert-Jan Wilbers, Wageningen Environmental Research|
|12.40 – 13.00||Stormwater fees – international experience and possible application in Norway David N. Barton, NINA|
|13.00 – 13.20||Financing nature-based solutions for stormwater management – international experience and transferability to Norway Ingvild Skumlien Furuseth and Isabel Seifert-Dähnn, NIVA|
|13.20 – 13.30||Q&A of all talks|
|13.30 – 13.40||Break|
|Stormwater management – take the citizens on board!|
|13.40 – 14.00||What happens if – modelling the local dynamics of stormwater policy implementation Brooke Wilkerson, University of Bergen|
|14.00 – 14.20||How citizens can support stormwater management – outcomes and learning from a Citizens Panel Håkon Iversen, SoCentral|
|14.20 – 14.30||Break|
|Ways ahead in stormwater management – Panel discussion|
|14.30 – 15.20||Panel discussion: How should stormwater management in 2050 look like? And how can we get there? What are the biggest challenges for an integrated management of urban (storm)water? What is the most important we can do now?|
|15.20 – 15.30||Concluding remarks Isabel Seifert-Dähnn|