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Comprehensive report of world’s transboundary water basins finds hotspots of risk The most comprehensive assessment of the world’s 286 transboundary river basins identifies hotspots at risk from a variety of issues; geopolitical risks are projected to increase in the next 15 to 30 years.
Center for Environmental Systems Research, Germany; Center for International Earth Science Information Network, Columbia University; City University of New York, Delta Alliance; International Union for the Conservation of Nature; International Geosphere-Biosphere Program; Oregon State University; Stockholm International Water Institute; and the United Nations Environment Program-DHI Partnership, Monday 2 May 2016
Round table session held on Delta Approach In this round table sessions representatives of Dutch government, private sector and knowledge institutes discussed 'The Delta Approach'. The central question was: "To which extend can generic steps and tools be identified to increase the resilience of deltas?" Outcomes can be found in this report. Outcomes of this session will be shared and discussed during the Adaptation Futures conference in Rotterdam (May 10-13, 2016).
Delta Alliance Secretary, Thursday 4 February 2016
Knowledge shared around Urbanising Deltas of the World From 25-27 January 2016, the UDW research programme organised an international conference on research uptake with over 50 participants in Ho Chi Min City. The objective of the meeting was to strengthen the linkages of the UDW researchers and research with a wider community of practice in the professional field of urbanizing deltas.
Delta Alliance / NWO, Thursday 28 January 2016
A plea for putting the issue of Urbanizing Deltas on the New Urban Agenda On request of the Dutch government, Delta Alliance and Delft University of Technology prepared a paper for input in the Habitat III (UN conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development) preparation process.
Delta Alliance / TU Delft, Wednesday 27 January 2016
Webinar held on tackling salinity and climate change in Bangladesh and The Netherlands In this webinar Fulco Ludwig from Wageningen University discussed how future climate change is set to impact urban water supply in the region. He drew upon his work in the city of Khulna in Bangladesh. Reinier Visser from Acacia Water shared experiences from Bangladesh and The Netherlands. In both countries Acacia Water has been involved in creating freshwater bubbles underground through Managed Aquifer Recharge.
Delta Alliance Secretary / The Waterchannel, Wednesday 27 January 2016
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