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Water stewardship

30. November 2021 @ 17:00 - 20:00 CET

Water stewardship

Embracing your inner water steward - finding purpose in your professional life

Many people choose to work in the water sector because they are impact-driven and wish to ‘save the world’ .. or at least a tiny bit of it. However, this feeling of purpose can easily drown in Excel sheets, project management, computer simulations, etc., and leave one with the question “does what I do really matter in the bigger picture?”. Is it true that it doesn’t matter? Why do people feel like this? Is it a feeling that is isolated to our generation? How do we combat it? Should we combat it? Can the notion of ‘water stewardship’ be part of the solution? Which responsibility does the leadership have? These are some of the questions that we will raise, and hopefully answer, during this 3-hours workshop. To help us look at the questions from different perspectives we have two confirmed guest speakers with competences within water steardship, sustainability, activism and leadership join the event:

  • Pernille Ingildsen is Manager of the Project Department in Hillerød Utility, Editor in Chief for AQUA at IWA Publishing and author of the book "Water Stewardship".
  • Nadia Christensen is a youth delegate to the UN for climate and environment and focuses on engaging young people in sustainable development. She holds a BSc in Natural Resources with a specialization in Environmental Economics and is currently studying a master's in Environmental and Resource Economics.

Programme for the event:

  • 17:00 - 17:10:   Welcome by YWPDK
  • 17:10 - 18:05:   Presentations by guest speakers
  • 18:05 - 18:25:   Dinner sponsored by Rambøll
  • 18:25 - 19:15:   Group work on motivation, purposefulness and water stewardship
  • 19.15 - 20:00:   Panel discussion
  • 20:00 - :            Networking

Deadline for sign-up is Friday, November 26.


30. November 2021
17:00 - 20:00 CET


Hannemanns Allé 53
Copenhagen, Denmark
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