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Global Water Security Issues – Management and techniques for reliable groundwater access
IWRA is hosting a webinar focused on the role of sound groundwater resources management and governance to achieve water security. The theme of this webinar will be 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 will help the audience to learn from case studies on options for the assessment and management of groundwater resources in three regions facing water supply challenges.

This webinar will feature presentations by authors of studies that are documented in the third issue of the i-WSSM UNESCO Global Water Security Issues series (https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000379093?posInSet=1&queryId=773aadb4-8830-4164-b144-3616dd398eb8).

Presentations will cover case studies from small island to national spatial scales in Asia and Australia.


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Seo Hyung Choi
Programme Specialist @i-WSSM UNESCO
David Adamson
Researcher @Center for Global Food and Resources at The University of Adelaide, Australia
David Adamson is an agricultural economist at the Centre for Global Food and Resources (GFAR) at The University of Adelaide in Australia. David’s work focuses on decision-making under risk and uncertainty, and he primarily applies those skills to water issues. David has been commissioned to work on The Garnaut Climate Change Review, was part of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority Economic Technical Group and has provided advise on climate change and water allocations to the managers of Europe’s largest dam the Alqueva in Portugal.
Simon G. Craig
@Institute of Water Education, Delft
Lili Yu
@General Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Planning and Design, Ministry of Water Resources, China
Simone Grego
Programme Specialist @UNESCO