IWRA Webinar N°53

Global Water Security Issues – Management and techniques for reliable groundwater access (28 June)

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This webinar focused on the role of sound groundwater resources management and governance in achieving water security. The theme of this webinar was management and techniques for reliable groundwater access. Groundwater is an essential water resource globally but one that is more difficult than surface water to quantify and assess. This webinar helped the audience to learn from case studies on options for assessing and managing groundwater resources in three regions facing water supply challenges.

Furthermore, this webinar featured presentations by authors of studies that are documented in the third issue of the i-WSSM UNESCO Global Water Security Issues series. Presentations covered case studies from small islands to national spatial scales in Asia and Australia.


  Moderated by: Mary Trudeau, IWRA Project Officer

  Presented by: Nevena Bakalar, IWRA Events Officer

IWRA Webinars constitute an additional resource designed to help our members, academics, dedicated practitioners, and policy professionals further explore these and other timely themes engaging in fruitful discussions, also aligned with the international water agenda and in close collaboration with key partners.