31 August 2023
Meet Us at the XVIII World Water Congress, 11–15 September 2023, Beijing, China

Conference: XVIII World Water Congress
Date: 11–15 September 2023
Location: Beijing China-Germany International Convention and Exhibition Center (Beijing Guoce International Convention and Exhibition), Beijing, China

The World Water Congress is one of the world's largest congresses linking water policy makers, researchers and policy practitioners. Since 1973, the International Water Resources Association (IWRA) has held a World Water Congress every three years in various locations around the world. This influential event has been successfully held 17 times. During the Congress, heads of international organizations, high-level government officials, experts, scholars, entrepreneurs and economists from all over the world share their knowledge, experience and practice regarding a wide range of topics related to water.

With the theme of “Water for All: Harmony between Humans and Nature”, the XVIII World Water Congress aims to promote coordination and balance between the water needs of humans and nature. The Congress will facilitate knowledge and experience sharing, focusing on investigating the relationship between water, humans and nature, identifying and reconciling all water-related factors in a coordinated manner, and making and implementing water management strategies and polices using systematic approaches.

MDPI will be attending the XVIII World Water Congress as an exhibitor (booth #C22). We welcome researchers from different backgrounds to visit and share their latest ideas with us.

The following MDPI journals will be represented:

  • Water;
  • Land;
  • Agronomy;
  • Hydrology;
  • Resources;
  • World;
  • Climate.

If you plan to attend this conference, please feel free to stop by our booth at #C22. Our delegates look forward to meeting you in person to answer any questions you may have. For more information about the conference, please visit the following link: https://www.worldwatercongress.com/.

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