The overall objective of the Climate-Water project is to study European and international adaptation measures and strategies related to climate change impacts and how these are taken into account in water policies. The project is formulating a coherent framework on adaptation strategies of climate change impacts on water resources, water cycling and water uses of the society and nature with special regard to those that water policy has to take into account when considering climate change impacts.Read More...
climate change, the availability and management of water resources
constitute one of the most critical areas of concern. From the
provision of basic services and sanitation, to irrigation and food
production, ecosystems protection and hydropower generation, water
resources are not only crucial for socio-economic development but also
a fundamental dimension of climate change adaptation. Read More...
This four-day workshop, which was organised by the Institute for Social and Development Studies (www.hfph.de/igp) at the Munich School of Philosophy, was about "water management options in a globalised world - promoting a dialogue between economics, ethics and other disciplines". About 20 scientists from various backgrounds came together to discuss about an adequate problem framing, different management options and ethical aspects.
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Submissions of outline papers and or abstracts are invited for the inaugural IWA World Congress on Water, Climate and Energy 2012.
The congress welcomes papers of all lengths, from an extended 2 page abstract or a full paper of 8 pages in length.
We have updated the Submission Topics
Yesterday, CEQ & ACCO announced a call for speaker abstracts and that early bird registration is now available. The announcement is below. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
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11:06 a.m. (ET) Environmental Outlook: Can we adapt to climate change?
Environmental Outlook: Can we adapt to climate change?
Why the prospect of climate change doesn't have to be all gloom and doom and may in fact provide humanity with an opportunity to radically reinvent itself. Read More...
August 4, 2011
1:15 PM - 2:45 PM EDT
Free Registration on www.securityandsustainabilityforum.org
You are invited to hear international experts discuss the threats to
economic, environmental and political security from adaptations to
maintain food and water supplies in a changing climate. Please take a
moment to get to know the panel. Complimentary registration is
first-come first-serve. Register today on our website for the August
4th session begining at 1:15 PM EDT.
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