Panel discussion “Water supply and climate changes”

Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2022
Venue: Hrvatski dom, Obala Sv. Jurja 25, Vis

Reason: The panel discussion is organized as part of the project “Mitigating the negative impacts of climate change on water treatment of surface reservoirs when obtaining water for human consumption by flocculation and ozonation” financed by the European Union from the European Fund for Regional Development.

The panel discussion is organized by the Croatian Institute of Public Health and the Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology of the University of Zagreb on the occasion of XXVI. of the scientific and professional conference “Water and public water supply” with the central theme: Water supply and climate change.


16:30-16:35 Opening of the panel discussion and presentation of the participants

Moderators: PhD Magdalena Ujević Bošnjak, BSc, Croatian Institute of Public Health, Zagreb
Prof. PhD Marin Matošić, BSc, Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, Zagreb

16:35-17:30 Subtopic: Adaptable water supply in the Republic of Croatia to climate change, new Directive on water for human consumption, inspection supervision, water security plans resistant to climate change

Valentina Zoretić Rubes, BSc, Ministry of Health, Zagreb
Kristina Vuljanić, BSc, State Inspectorate, Zagreb
Prof. PhD Jure Margeta, BSc, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, Split
MSc Danijela Lenac, BSc, KD Vodovod i kanalizacija d.o.o., Rijeka
Nikolina Novotni-Horčička, BSc Varkom d.o.o. , Varaždin
Assoc. prof. PhD Josip Ćurko, BSc, Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, Zagreb

17:30-18:00 Subtopic: Water supply and drainage in the light of climate change, water needs and alternative water sources

PhD Bojana Hajduk Černeh, IVS d.o.o., Buzet
PhD Željko Dadić, BSc , Croatian Institute of Public Health, Zagreb
MSc Daria Čupić,, Hrvatske vode, Zagreb
PhD Josip Terzić, BSc, Croatian Geological Institute, Zagreb
Dragan Majić, BSc, Hrvatske vode, Zagreb

18.00-18.30 Discussion and conclusions

18.30 End of the panel discussion