International Workshop on “Linking Water Security to the Sustainable Development Goals”, August 29 – September 01, 2018, São Paulo, Brazil

Linking Water Security to the Sustainable Development Goals

Water Security is emerging as a primary sustainability challenge across the globe in the 21st century. It is a determinant for security in various societal and environmental aspects including food, energy, economy, environment and public health, and thus has a complex  political momentum that goes far beyond the traditional water sector. To understand, project, address and plan for water security challenges, we must collectively understand exposure to climate and environment driven hazards, as well as socio-economic determinants, and the cultural and political context within which we live, work and play. Technologies (ranging from model-based scenarios and predictions to green and grey infrastructure and treatment systems, and from remote sensing to social media) and innovative financing and governance systems are being proposed to address water security.

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