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Webinar: Sustainable stormwater modelling in cities using MIKE URBAN+
It’s becoming increasingly more important to sustainably manage our cities stormwater as a result of climate change, urbanization (as more than 50% of the world’s population are now living in cities), ageing infrastructures, and increased vulnerability to natural disasters.
Making cities more sustainable involves managing a larger portion of the stormwater locally through the implementation of green solutions, surface storage and controlled surface flooding often combined with rehabilitation and an extension of existing infrastructure capacity.

To make better management decisions, urban stormwater planners must be thoroughly informed about the hydrology, hydraulics, water quality and risks that are impacting your city’s stormwater system.

During this free 45-minute webinar, including a live Q&A session, you’ll learn about the various stormwater modelling options available in MIKE URBAN+.

Topics
• Discover how green solutions could benefit your city
• Understand the role and benefits of modelling with MIKE URBAN+
• Be inspired by examples of model applications
• Ask a MIKE URBAN+ expert any of your questions

Time
This webinar will take place on 20 August 2020 at two time slots
07:00-08:00 UTC or 13:00-13:45 UTC
Choose the time that suits you best!


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Speakers

MORTEN JUST KJØLBY
MSc, Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark @DHI A/S
Morten Just Kjølby is the Product Manager for Urban Water, DHI’s Group Sales with responsibility for MIKE URBAN+. Morten has specialised knowledge of climate adaptation and urban water projects in Denmark as well as in Europe, Australia, Asia and the United States. Morten has extensive training experience in MIKE URBAN, MIKE FLOOD and other relevant models and tools for climate adaptation and flooding worldwide. Clients include, amongst others, Danish and international research institutions and universities, engineering consultants, and urban water utilities.