Video I:

01m26s Introduction by David Yoskowitz, Senior Executive Director, Harte Research Institute, USA

6m20s Importance of environmental flows in water resources planning by Paul Montagna, Endowed Chair for Ecosystem Studies & Modeling at Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies, USA

15m00s Policy, strategy and risk assessment of water management, by David Colon, La Filière Française de l’Eau, France

33m05  A Cloud-based Integrated Multi-platform for Global Observation of Harmful Algal Blooms that Engage Citizen Scientists to Monitor Aquatic System Health by Deepak Mishra, University of Georgia, USA

50m40 Electromagnetic detection, navigation and characterization systems based on innovative “Electric Sense” technology by Pierre Tuffigo, Elwave, Nantes, France

01h14min Citizen science as a tool in support of coastal conservation and restoration efforts by Michael Wetz, Harte Research Institute, USA

01h21min Constructed Wetlands as a Large-Scale Water Treatment Strategy, Chris Zachry, TRWD, College Station, TX, USA

01h31min Artificial Water Channels – Toward biomimetic membranes for desalination by Mihail Barboiu, Institut Européen des Membranes, Montpellier, France

01h41min Biomimicry as a strategy for water decontamination, Philippe Barthelemy, ChemBioPharm, Bordeaux France

Video II:

Focus on Biomimicry for Water Management by Chrystelle Roger, CEO and Founder of Myceco, Paris, France