Course on Integrated Water Resources Management as a Tool for Adaption to Climate Change

1 Jul 2013 - 19 Jul 2013
Delft, The Netherlands

This course is offered as a three week course. During the first week, the theoretical background is given. In a one-day field trip, a practical example of dealing with (future) climate change in a municipal water system is highlighted. In the second and third week entitled ‘framework for modeling in water and climate’, the participants learn to apply the climate change and variability issues in a set of modeling tools and come up with practical and integrated options to deal with climate issues in water management. This course is designed for professionals actively involved in the water and climate sectors, for example working as policy makers at local, regional or national level, as staff of NGO's or in the private sector dealing with adaptation, or as junior university lecturers or scientists, and would like to receive an overview of the issue within a short period of time.

UN Organisation(s): 
UNESCO
Partner(s):
International Centre for Water Hazard and Risk Management
Language(s): 
ENG