Call for abstracts! don't miss the opportunity to contribute to the Special Issue of iwra_water entitled "The Role of Data and Models in Transboundary Water Governance". Deadline: Friday, April 30th, 2021
Don't miss this Open Course on Science Communication for Water Cooperation and Diplomacy by ihedelft! Learn how to improve your skills to effectively communicate your research and professional work. Save the date March 2 - April 30, 2021
Awarded on an annual basis, the US Water Prize celebrates outstanding achievement in the advancement of sustainable, integrated, and inclusive solutions to our nation's water challenges. It is the preeminent national recognition program for exemplary efforts to secure a One Water future for all.
Mientras que el confinamiento debido al COVID19 aumenta las demandas de agua, los pozos extraen agua subterránea de mayores profundidades. ¿Qué alternativas nos quedan y cómo podemos revertir esta situación?
Water is one of the most pressing challenges facing the world. For several years, water- related risks have been considered among the top five risks by business leaders in the annual global risk report of the World Economic Forum. Eighty per cent of global freshwater flow is in transboundary basins and 40 per cent of the world’s population live in these basins. Governing these waters in a cooperative, equitable and sustainable manner is critical for sustainable development, conflict prevention, peace and climate change resilience.
After a three month hiatus, the Ukiah Valley Groundwater Sustainability Agency’s board held their first meeting of 2021 yesterday, at which they approved new board members, adopted an updated communication plan, and formally gained access to two parcels where they will expand their groundwater monitoring network as they work towards their goal of fully regulating and managing groundwater usage by June 2022.
This Special Issue of invites papers reporting on transboundary aquifer assessment research. Integrated studies, including modeling, that incorporate various aspects of the hydrologic system and/or socioeconomic conditions are welcomed. In addition, the Guest Editors invite papers analyzing relevant institutional issues and mechanisms for cooperation, which could serve as the foundation for collaboration extending to management of transboundary groundwater
Call for abstracts for "Water Security and Climate Change Conference" is now open! Great opportunity to share your experiences on water management, climate change, water-energy-food nexus, hazards and more!