IAHR Webinars

2020 turns out to be a most unusual year. The COVID-19 outbreak has caught everybody by surprise – it has turned the world upside down. Yet the pandemic did not hold us back – IAHR is an organization on the move.

We witnessed the growth of “online tools” which has made international communication so much easier, embraced this change and made a start in this new era with a special online event on “Adaptation to climate-induced impacts” to commemorate the World Water Day in March 21, 2020. The success was followed by many more online events, showcasing the association's remarkable resilience amidst the coronavirus pandemic, delivering high-quality and tasteful events that move the organization forward. Most importantly we have developed a new model of world-class knowledge dissemination that has been translated to and perceived as membership benefit.

In addition to webinars, IAHR also has many other events that can be found via EVENTS > All Events.

More are coming. Stay tuned with IAHR.

Buttons explained:

  • [Introduction]: The EVENT page that has the details of the event.

  • [Playback/Live]: The playback video of the whole event, usually sharing the same link as the LIVE page.

  • [Video]: The collection of video clips of each talk from a specific event

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IAHR Global Online Dialogue on Water Engineering Pathways Towards Net Zero


Introduction Playback Video

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IAHR Webinar on Outfall Systems Design: A Down Under Perspective


Introduction Playback Video

2020 | 2021 | 2022 | 2023 | 2024

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