The partnership delivers outputs in priority areas through individual task forces, made up of academics, business, policy and civil society organisation representatives as needed. The task forces are generally time-limited groups focussed on producing specific outputs – e.g. a major event, directory, thought piece or report – but are also tasked with enabling and monitoring outcomes and impacts from these outputs.
The Future Visions for Water and Cities – A Thought Piece highlighted the potentially valuable role that simulators and demonstrators could play in developing, testing and evaluating innovative ideas that could shape water and cities. The UK Water Partnership’s Water and Cities Task Force identified urban simulators for water as a key priority. The Science & […]
A diverse audience of around 120 people from industry, government, civil society organisations and the research community attended this NERC-sponsored UK Water Partnership event, which explored recommendations made in the UKWP reports on water and farming, led by Global Food Security champion Professor Tim Benton. . The aims of the workshop were to: explore new […]
The research councils and Innovate UK invest £110m annually on multi-disciplinary water research which will benefit planners, policy-makers, businesses, community organisations. The research councils also work with the UK Water Partnership, which has brought together people across the UK water community to stimulate ideas and develop the products and services that will help solve future challenges. This publication is a snapshot of […]