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  • Writer's pictureJuan Carlos Beltran

Addressing Groundwater Resilience under Climate Change

Addressing Groundwater Resilience under Climate Change. Currently, climate change has become an undeniable major pressure on the world’s freshwater resources. Yet, the effects of climate change on groundwater, the most significant freshwater resource on Earth, are still poorly understood. Somewhat neglected by policymakers and ignored by the public, groundwater management, governance, and monitoring are less developed compared to surface water, globally. More up-to-date research and knowledge generation and sharing, as well as more efforts to raise awareness of the links between groundwater and climate change, are also critical to ensure the sustainable management of this vital resource. The online conference will address these challenges and priorities in order to manage resiliently groundwater resources under climate change. This conference’s main goal is to, ultimately, promote the sharing and exchange of state-of-the-art scientific and policy knowledge on the links between an increased resilience of groundwater resources and climate change for sustainable governance, use, and management of these resources in all regions of the world.

Organised by IWRA; IAH is lead partner.

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