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    Science and Technology Process White Paper
    This White Paper, as a major outcome of the Science and Technology Process, aims at publishing an ‘Innovative report for science and technology in water management’. The White Paper will reflect the past, the present, and the future of five key focuses, mentioning related technologies simultaneously. The 5 Main Focuses of the White Paper are as follows : (a) Water efficiency, (b) Resource recovery from water and wastewater systems, (c) Water and natural disasters, (d) Smart technology for water, and (e) Understanding and managing ecosystem services for water.

    2_STP_White_Paper_ES.pdf 1_STP_White_Paper._fin.pdf

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    Program Book
    More than three years of preparatory process leads us - excited, still nervous - to present this set of diverse sessions and programs. We will now meet all together at the 7th World Water Forum, held in two beautiful cities of water: Daegu and Gyeongju of Gyeongsangbuk-do.Organizing all sessions and programs has been possible through commitments and cooperation of the International Steering Committee, Process Commissions, task force teams, coordinators, exhibitors, etc., which goes without saying every single participant that has shown interest on our Forum. 

    Program book (low-resoultion).pdf Program book (high-resoultion).pdf

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    3rd Announcement for the 7th World Water Forum
    Water, the source of all life, is a precious natural resource that greatly contributed to civilization. However, we have carelessly used water under the false belief that water is an indefinite resource.As a result, around one billion people worldwide are suffering from water shortage. OECD warned that three billion people will face water shortage by 2025, and two thirds of the world’s population by 2050. Even though we are enjoying the benefits of the modern society, so many people around the world are under pain due to water conflicts and lack of human rights ? access to water, the basic human rights they should enjoy.

    3rd Announcement(1).pdf

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    Daegu & Gyeongbuk Water Prize Brochure
    The innovative award dedicated to water and implementation The Daegu&Gyeongbuk Water Prize is an international award established by the local governments of Daegu city and Gyeongbuk Province. The prize will highlight the importance of actual implementation and the role of science & technology in the water sector.

    Brochure_Daegu & Gyeongbuk Water Prize(FINAL)_141229.pdf

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    Leaflet & Brochure for the 7th World Water Forum
    In 2015, the 7 th World Water Forum will be held in Daegu?Gyeongbuk, Republic of Korea, under the overarching theme “Water for Our Future”.It will serve as a pivotal moment in history to generate further action for the cause of water, with the Millennium Development Goals coming to a close and the Sustainable Development Goals carrying on their ambitions. It will be an opportunity to take stock of the past achievements and collectively take a giant step forward by holding further discussions on post-2015 SDGs.

    leaflet.pdf brochure_140926.pdf leaflet_chinese.pdf

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    2nd Announcement & Brochure for the 7th World Water Forum
    Water is the ultimate resource that can decide the fate of human civilization and history because it is an irreplace-able natural resource. That’s why water is also called ‘blue gold,’ the last high value-added resource in the world.Now, water security is threatened all around the world. We see cases of regional disputes over water ownership, children in underdeveloped countries dying of unclean water, water scarcity, and so on.

    2nd Announcement_final.pdf brochure_140926.pdf

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    1st Announcement for the 7th World Water Forum
    Water, the source of all life, is a precious natural resource that greatly contributed to civilization. However, we have carelessly used water under the false belief that water is an indefinite resource.As a result, around one billion people worldwide are suffering from water shortage. OECD warned that three billion people will face water shortage by 2025, and two thirds of the world’s population by 2050. Even though we are enjoying the benefits of the modern society, so many people around the world are under pain due to water conflicts and lack of human rights ? access to water, the basic human rights they should enjoy.

    First_Announcement.pdf