The Slovenian Bled Water Festival, in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning, has launched an international call for awards for innovative and sustainable solutions that span the entire cycle of l water and preserve the aquatic environment.
the Bled Water Festival, organized in the Slovenian city of Bled, will this year reward the best water projects for the fifth time in a row. The aim is to attract water-related solutions from all over the world and improve the quality of life and the transition to a green economy, as the water footprint becomes an increasingly important part of an economy. and thriving industries, organizers said in an announcement.
This year’s Bled Water Festival takes place June 10-11
This year’s edition of the Bled Water Festival will take place on June 10-11, bringing together international organizations, businessmen, representatives of state bodies, experts, activists and investors. The event will highlight topical and topical issues on the conservation of water resources and the aquatic environment and share examples of good practice.
The competition is open to corporate, national and individual projects
The Responsible Towards Water Awards competition is open to governments, the private sector, experts and civil society. A jury will award the best projects in six categories – four corporate awards, one national award and one individual award. The deadline for entries is May 31 and the regional winner in each category will be announced on June 11.
Micro, small, medium and large enterprises from around the world who provide services, products and solutions related to improving the quality of water resources and reducing water use are eligible to apply. ; national projects which include examples of good practice in this area; and relevant projects developed by individuals, associations or non-governmental organizations.
This year’s competition is supported by partners from eight countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Monaco, Slovakia, Slovenia and Serbia), including the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Croatian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, the Czech Ministry of the Environment and the Slovak Ministry of the Environment.