A lack of water for drinking, agriculture, industry and energy production are expected to impose risks for civil security. Therefore, it is important to assess and predict possible changes in water availability, distribution, and quality. Research needs to be impact-oriented in order to respond to crucial societal challenges resulting from changes in different components the hydrological cycle and to support adaptation and risk mitigation strategies. The appropriate context for adopting this approach is one of collaboration between scientists including hydrologists, social scientists and economists.
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date fixed - next General Assembly will take place on 27-28 February 2019
Visit us at EGU 2018: ECRA presents a Poster (11 Apr, 15:30–17:00, Poster X1.13) session information
EPB Townhall Meeting at EGU 2017 (with ECRA contribution): Polar change and implications for mid-latitude weather – science and policy for society in Europe summary
Upcoming ECRA Events
[SLC] Sea Level Change Workshop 5-6 July, Rome, and July 2-4, Liverpool.
ECRA General Assembly 27-28 Feb