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Objective

  • 1. Need to actively respond to changing water environment conditions and establish a consumer-centered water environment policy in which the people sympathize
  • 2. Establishing a group of water environment experts to set up a dialogue table to discuss integrated water environment policies



Short Description

Date & time September 4(Wed), 13:00-18:00
Venue EXCO ROOM 321
Host Ministry of Environment
Organizer Water Environment Policy Forum
Participants About 15 participants from water-related governments, public and Private sectors, International organizations, MDBs, Exhibitors etc.
Object
  • 1. Need to actively respond to changing water environment conditions and establish a consumer-centered water environment policy in which the people sympathize
  • 2. Establishing a group of water environment experts to set up a dialogue table to discuss integrated water environment policies



Speakers

1. Kim, Ikjae(KEI)
2. Kim, LeeHyung(KongJu University)
3. Kim, Seongjoon(KonKuk University)




Program

Time Content Remark
09:30-10:00
(30’)
opening ceremony opening speech
pledge of allegiance
guest introduction
welcome speech
congratulatory address
10:00-11:00
(60’)
presentation Challenges and Wisdom for the Development of Water Management in the Basin Kim, Ikjae(KEI)
A Study on Watershed Management and Financial Assurance for Healthy Water Circulation Kim, LeeHyung
(KongJu University)
A Study on the Management of Agricultural Water for Healthy Water Circulation Kim, Seongjoon
(KonKuk University)
11:00-11:10
(10’)
Break Time
11:10-12:00
(50’)
Discussion / Q&A


KIWW 2019 Previous Outcome

Based on the theme of the 4th Water Environment Policy Forum this year, "Activation of the Water Industry in Connection with the Fourth Industry," the three topics were announced and a comprehensive discussion was conducted to find ways for experts to analyze and respond to the changing water environment.

Delivered presentation on major conflicts and issues in each of the four major rivers by the president and delegate of the Vision Forum.

Discussed the current state of the national water industry cluster and the ways to promote the water industry

Presented the application of simulation, machine learning and smart sensing technologies for optimal operation of water and sewage facilities

Presented by K-water Senior Researcher on the status and improvement of water supply network operation management.

Conducted a comprehensive discussion based on the topic of three subjects.