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Water Tensions in Europe and in the Mediterranean
Water Tensions  in Europe and in the Mediterranean:  water crisis by 2050?
October, 7-9 2015, Paris-Marne la Vallée
(mind the new date)

Held in partnership with SHF-AFEID-Académie de l'eau-UISF

The proceedings can be bought here

Access to the slides : here


Venue: ENPC (École des Ponts ParisTech) Marne-la-Vallée

Keynote speakers:
  - Christel Prudhomme, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford, GB
  - Dominique Rojat, AFD, Agence Française de Développement

The Deadline for the call for papers is extended to February 13rd - Closed
(for proposals from out of France)

The conference addresses issues related to future tensions on water management, linked to climate change and future water uses by 2050. These issues are tackled by studies in the fields of hydrology, climate, social sciences, at various scales in Europe and the Mediterranean.
The following topics are addressed:
1.  Past and present “crisis” and water tensions
2.  Future water regimes by 2050
3.  Methods for prospective studies
4.  Policy for adaptation

Gathering these topics in a single event aims to initiate a multidisciplinary exchange between hydrological, climatic analyses, social and economic approaches and studies on the dynamics of water crises. Social sciences analyses of past and present water crises are expected to improve the management of future water crises.

Abstract submission: January 10th, 2015 (closed)


Registration fee
Registration form  - Online registration
Before July 31st From August 1st
Normal fee 360 400
Speaker, Academic, SHF member 240 260
Student (upon justification) 90 90

This event is held within the framework of the preliminary events of the 21th United Nations Climate Change Conference to be hosted by France in December 2015 (COP 21-Paris Climate 2015).
It will immediately be followed by the Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Irrigation ICID / ICID

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