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Webinar: Climate Change and Water Scarcity

This webinar is part of the webinar series: 'IHE Delft Online Seminars for Alumni and Partners'. IHE Delft organizes the series in cooperation with TheWaterChannel. They are open to everyone.

 

 
On 14 February 2018, Prof. Eddy Moors, Rector of IHE Institute for Water Education presented an overview of the present knowledge of climate change and related sectors. What is our present situation as far as our mitigation efforts are concerned? What is the impact of climate change on water? On the impact side special focus is given to dry extremes. Research gaps and possible ways forward are discussed.

More about the speaker
Prof. Dr. Eddy J. Moors is Rector of IHE Delft Institute for Water Education. He also holds the position of professor “Water and Climate” at VU University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Moors started his career at the World Meteorological Organization working in Africa and the Caribbean. Before coming to Delft, he worked at Wageningen Environmental Research – Alterra of Wageningen UR in the research programmes Climate Adaptive Society and Sustainable Water. Keywords in his work are: water, drought, climate change, adaptation, primary production, green-house gas emissions, stakeholder interaction.

His background in hydrology and climate change research on mitigation and on adaptation topics makes him a key player in the field of integration of mitigation and adaptation challenges. The present focus of his research is on the occurrence of trends and extremes as well as on measures to mitigate these extremes using a systems approach. He has been coordinator of numerous national and international projects ranging from Europe, Africa, India, Bangladesh, East-Siberia to USA and Brazil. The last ten years his work has concentrated on Asia (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal) as well as North America. Moors is among others chair of the IGRAC foundation, member of the board of trustees of the Just Digit Foundation, member of the SENSE research school. He is associated editor of the Elsevier journal “Environmental Science and Policy” as well as member of the editorial board of “Climate Services” also of Elsevier.


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