“Will the world be running out of water by 2050?” with guest speaker Robert Hauser, Z├╝rcher Kantonalbank
Date(s) - 30 October 2018
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Swissotel Merchant Court
Please join us for the speech “Will the world be running out of water by 2050?” with guest speaker Robert Hauser from Z├╝rcher Kantonalbank (ZKB)
About the speech
At present, 2.5 billion people suffer from water stress and significantly more will be affected by 2050. The reasons for the growing water stress lies primarily in the increasing water consumption due to population and prosperity growth. Global warming also has a negative impact on water availability in many regions. If less water is available, demand will have to fall as well since the supply of water is limited by the hydrological cycle. There is no substitute for water. Adapting water infrastructures to water availability and decoupling water demand from economic growth will be a major challenge in the 21st century.
6.30pm ┬á Registration
7.00pm ┬á Speech by Robert Hauser, Dipl. Natw. ETH und Executive MBA, Z├╝rcher Kantonalbank
7.45pm ┬á Cocktail Reception
About Robert Hauser, Dipl. Natw. ETH und Executive MBA, Z├╝rcher Kantonalbank
Robert Hauser is a Senior Analyst in the ESG Solutions Team for Equities of Swisscanto Invest by Z├╝rcher Kantonalbank. He completed his studies in environmental sciences at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich in 1996. He then joined Z├╝rcher Kantonalbank as an environmental analyst and has since held different positions in the field of sustainability. As a senior analyst, he is now responsible for financial analysis with ESG integration of the utilities and capital goods industries. He also manages sustainability indices for renewable energies and energy efficiency. In 2003 he received an Executive MBA from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences Winterthur (ZHAW).
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