A video by DIE GEWÄSSER-EXPERTEN! shows aerial photographs and 3D models generated during various field trips in South Africa.
Dr. Konstantin Scheihing, project engineer of OOWV Oldenburg-East-Frisian Water Board, will hold a presentation on behalf of the GRoW project go-Cam during the 3rd edition of IFAT Africa - Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Refuse and Recycling.
Globe Drought offers a webinar series on drought, in which several components are explained such as drought impacts, hazard, exposure and vulnerability. The next session will take place on 3 July about “Drought Hazards I: Hydrological Droughts”.
Dr. Markus Berger, responsible for the GRoW project WELLE, gives a presentation on the topic of water footprint at the 19th annual conference of the German Council for Sustainable Development.
The May 2019 edition on general water management issues (KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft) contains a publication on “Water as a global resource” written by members of the GRoWnet team.
The conference is jointly organized by the Water Science Alliance and the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resourses (BGR). This year, the event will focus on water and food security.
On 17 May, the group of GRoW researchers working on the cross-cutting topic “Water Footprint” (WF) met for its third workshop at adelphi’s office in Berlin. The aim of this meeting was to further develop the current draft of the GRoW policy brief on WF as well as brainstorming with the group on what should be included in a “toolkit for identification of relevant WF methods”. The group also discussed their plans for the event on “Supporting SDG 6 by advancing the water footprint tool” organised by GRoW at the Stockholm World Water Week (SWWW).
GRoW organizes two events on SDG trade-offs and synergies and on supporting SDG 6 by advancing the water footprint tool.
The World Water Week is approaching soon, which will host two events of “Water as a Global Resource” (GRoW), launched by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in 2017.
Managing water resources sustainably: Researchers present global analyses and local solutions at the GRoW mid-term conference in Frankfurt am Main.
Increasing governance capacities in the water sector while reflecting the close links between local and global action – these were the core topics addressed during the mid-term conference of the funding measure “Water as a Global Resource” (GRoW) launched by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in 2017.