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Water Efficiency Conference 2020

Watef Network Conference 2020

A huge thank you to all those who helped make this year's event such a success!

We have really enjoyed two half days of presentations, conversations and debate, with conversations and chat going on throughout the event.

Follow the links below to see the conference proceedings, the live visual notes, or click on the programme to follow links to watch the presentations.

More about the conference

  • Call for Papers 
  • Scientific Committee
  • Registration
  • Programme with links to presentations
  • Keynote Speakers
  • Special Sessions
  • Live Visual Notes
  • Proceedings (pdf)
  • Thanks again to all our speakers, our conference illustrator, to our technical support team, and of course to our audience who made the event so much fun to be part of.

    Conference chairs:

    Dr Sarah Ward
    Associate Professor in Environmental Hazards 
    & Community Resilience
    Dept of Geography and Environmental Management
    Faculty of Environment and Technology   


    Prof Chad Staddon                  
    Professor of Resource Economics and Policy
    Dept of Geography and Environmental Management
    Faculty of Environment and Technology

    Local organising committee (University of West of England):

    • Kiran Tota-Maharaj   
    • Thanti Octavianti
    • Stroma Cole
    • Deepak Gopinath
    • Paul Kelson
    • Emma Thomas

    Watef Network Team:

    Dr Kemi Adeyeye
    Assoc Prof in Integrated Design,
    Watef Network Lead
    Watef Network, University of Bath


    Ms Eleanor Eaton

    Project Coordinator
    Watef Network, University of Bath

    Contact: for all conference, exhibition and sponsorship enquiries.

    Image credit:Steve Keiretsu for "Clifton Suspension Bridge", reproduced under creative commons license. Source: 
    > WatefCon 2020
    > Call for Papers
    > Registration
    > Conference Programme
    > Scientific Committee
    > Keynote speakers
    > Special Sessions
    > Live visual notes