Public speaking & Media links
Rick Hogeboom has been featured in several articles and media. A list of which can be found below. In addition, Rick has also published in several international, high-impact journals on various topics in the water research field. The list with links to these scientific papers can be found Scientific Papers.
TED-TALK At TEDXTwenteU
Rick has a passion for water. Young and energetic, Rick aims to foster and facilitate science-based, practical and inclusive water stewardship whenever and wherever he can. Always with a big smile. Water is so precious – we cannot go without it for more than a couple days – yet the way we use and misuse it is gravely underexposed. In his TED talk, Rick will try to share his passion for water, his quest for enlightenment, and inspire you to become good water stewards yourselves.
Speaking in a very engaging style with a solid base of knowing the subject inside out. Rick is a true ambassador of creating awareness about our waterfootprint in a way we all can change what we do. Rick is a speaker who can make the subject clear, without making you ‘wrong’ and him just ‘right’. Rick is a living example of bridging different worlds, and opening up our minds by real stories.
20 questions about water
In this interview with 20questionsaboutwater.com, Rick discusses simple ways to save water. ‘20 Questions about Water’ is a project that ’20 Questions to the World’ runs in collaboration with Nestlé Waters to help everyone better understanding the main water challenges in the world.
Studium Generale Lecture
In this lecture for Studium Generale at the University of Twente, Rick speaks about “Invisible water: our waterfootprint” (in Dutch). Join him is this hour-and-a-half video explaining the waterfootprint concept.
In the Press
Interview for ’20 Questions about Water’; “What are ways to save water?”; 2019
Interview in KJZZ radioshow; “Intel promises to restore 100 percent of its global water use – what does it mean?”; 2018
Article in Environmental Finance; “Water sustainability is investor ‘blind spot’, study suggests”; 2018
Interview PensioenPro; “Grootste pensioenfondsen lopen achter met esg-beleid over watergebruik”; 2018
Interview in H20; “Geld als water: waterduurzaamheid van Nederlandse investeerders onder de loep“; 2018
Editorial in Water & Sanitation Campaign magazine MediaPlanet; “Investors today can avert water crises of tomorrow”, 2018
TED-talk at TEDxTwenteU; “Your Water Footprint Revealed”; 2018
Article in Science Trends; “Thirsty Reservoirs – The Water Footprint of Hydroelectric Dam Construction”; 2018
International radio interview for the Scholar’s Circle; “Water rights, scarcity and water use in perspective” – by Prof. dr. Maria Armoudian; 2018
Interview for Microsoft Cloud; “Zonder de Microsoft Cloud was ons onderzoek niet gelukt” (“Without the use of Microsoft Cloud, our research would have failed); 2017
Interview for “Natuur, Wetenschap & Techniek” (Nature, Science & Engineering), on behalf of Werkgroep Ontwikkelings Technieken (WOT, a group devoted to developing low-tech solutions for developing countries); 2009
“We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.” – Thomas Fuller
News on Utwente.nl
Interview UToday; “Reep chocolade: 17.000 liter water”; 2018, Sep 12
Press release UTwente.nl; “Weinig aandacht voor waterduurzaamheid Nederlandse investeerders”; 2018, Sep 3
Republished by DuurzaamBeleggen.nl in both Dutch and English
Article in UToday; “Als het aan mij ligt gaan we door met InspireU”; 2018, Aug 28
Interview in Promovabel UT Magazine; “Promotieonderzoek naar relatie waterschaarste en consumptie”; 2018, Jul 1
Interview in UToday; “TEDxTwenteU: Your Water Footprint Revealed”; 2018, May 1
VACANCY for full professor in multi-disciplinary #watermanagement @UTwente Netherlands. This is the chair left behind by the late prof Arjen Hoekstra, founder of #waterfootprint concept. Please share w/ suitable candidates! Application closes June 19th. 👉 https://t.co/yQ8aVbgJxY
In EU, #energy production has a water footprint of 1068 L//person/day yet policies rarely consider it
#Wind & #solar lowest WF while bio highest
Water stressed areas like Spain must take it seriously!
Paper by @davy_vanham @RickHightree & @EU_ScienceHub