Preliminary Programme of the Science-Technology Forum is now available

To reach the solution of the problems related to water, an innovative and comprehensive approach is needed, which encompasses many areas and sectors concerned, from floods all the way to droughts over cross-border water management. The main objective of the Science-Technology Forum is to examine the thematic areas identified for the Budapest Water Summit 2016 from a scientific and technical point of view. The Forum will include a wide range of internationally well-known scientists from many parts of the world. 

Professor András Szöllősi-Nagy elected as President of UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme

Professor András Szöllősi-Nagy was elected for a 2-year term as President of the UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme. 

Detailed Preliminary Programme of the Plenary Sessions of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 is now available

More than hundred speakers, moderators and rapporteurs have already been invited to the 3-day event of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 including heads of state and government, ministers, scientists and prominent figures of the financial and business sector. 

Second Session of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 Organising Committee

With the participation of the relevant ministries, organisations and educational institutions, the Inter-Ministerial Committee responsible for the organisation of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 held its second session.

BWS 2016 introduced at the India Water Week

Invited by the Indian Minister of Water Resources, Mr István Joó, responsible for the organization of the Budapest Water Summit 2016 and also for the implementation of the Danube Region Strategy, attended and delivered a speech at the India Water Week in New Delhi, between 4 – 6 April 2016.