The Political Forum
Using water in an environmentally compatible and innovative way is one of the key geopolitical tasks of the 21st century and simultaneously a significant economic challenge. The BLUE PLANET Berlin Water Dialogues, the political forum for water and waste water management, serve the goal to make their contribution to these responsibilities. With their flexible exchange formats the BLUE PLANET Berlin Water Dialogues provide a policy-oriented platform for the broad international networking to discuss specific options and solutions to the worldwide challenges of global water management. The expertise, qualifications and skills for the sought-after technologies and services are available. BLUE PLANET Berlin Water Dialogues see themselves in the long term as the leading political forum of the water industry in Germany. This is typified by the internationality of the participants from governments, non-governmental organizations, research and science, by the participation of the decision-makers of international water users from industry, energy and agriculture and also from the major cities, and by the benefits associated with Berlin as a location of trade fairs and as an internationally acknowledged site of expertise in the water sector.
BLUE PLANET Berlin Water Dialogues is an established English-language series of events in the international water sector. It was created in 2011, with the goal of being an evolving platform for exchanging knowledge, ideas, concepts, and experiences with politicians, private industry, researchers and non-government organizations.
BLUE PLANET Berlin Water Dialogues is supported by:
Support and partnership with the Ministry and the Senate underline and highlight the political orientation of the BLUE PLANET Berlin Water Dialogues.
Kompetenzzentrum Wasser Berlin gGmbH
German Water Partnership e. V.
Our Target Groups
The BLUE PLANET Berlin Water Dialogues platform and events target the following groups:
- Decision makers/representatives from the environmental or building departments of municipal, regional or federal authorities as well as the corresponding political decision makers/representatives.
- Decision makers/representatives from the Industry and component manufacturing, engineering and planning offices, consulting companies, professional associations, plant manufacturers and construction companies, the chemical industry, universities and scientific institutions, as well as plant engineering.
Depending on the focal point of an event, architects and urban planners can also belong to the target group.