Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Agenda

Symposium Water stressed futures: Water Systems and Global Change

Date: 15 March 2017
Time: 13:00 - 17:15
Location: Wageningen, Lumen Building (Building 100) Room 1 and 2, Droevendaalsesteeg 3a, Wageningen

This symposium is organised by the SENSE Water Systems and Global Change Group (WUR) of former SENSE Director of Education Carolien Kroeze, for the celebration of its first anniversary.

The admission is free, but registration is appreciated: please email gerda.defauw@wur.nl

Programme

TimeSpeakersTitles
13.00-13.10      Bram de Vos (1)Welcome
13.10-13.30Carolien Kroeze (2)Water and Global Change: Too much, too little, too dirty
13.30-14.00Carles Vörösmarty (3)Threats to global water security: Prospects for transforming problems into solutions?
14.00-14.30Fulco Ludwig (2)What's next in the water-energy-food nexus: Balancing water use in a changing world
14.30-15.00Michelle van Vliet (2)Quality matters: Including water quality in global water stress assessment
15.00-15.45Coffee break & Posters     
15.45-16.15Berit Arheimer (4)Climate services
16.15-16.45Ronald Hutjes (2)Climate constraints on water: managing or easing them?
16.45-17.15Saskia Werners (2)Adaptive management of water stressed futures
17.15-Drinks 

(1) Director Environmental Sciences Group, Wageningen University & Research
(2) Water Systems and Global Change Group, Wageningen University & Research
(3) The City University of New York Advanced Science Research Center, New York
(4) Hydrological Research, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute

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