DELFT CONFERENCE ON SOCIOHYDROLOGY | ENGAGING SOCIAL SCIENTISTS & WATER PROFESSIONALS TO ADDRESS THE SDGS

Opportunity

Date and Time:

Monday, September 7, 2020, 12:20am to Wednesday, September 9, 2020, 5:05pm

Agenda 2030 is entering its last decade but is lagging behind in meeting its targets. With just 10 years to go, it is important and urgent to mobilize the community of scientists and practitioners to explore the causes for the lack of progress and offer alternative solutions to the water crises.

There are SDGs other than SDG 6, such as SDG 2 to remove hunger or SDG 15 calling for better life on land, that are critically linked to water.

ENGAGING SOCIAL SCIENTISTS AND WATER PROFESSIONALS

WHAT IS STOPPING US TO REACH SDG GOALS?
WHY MANY ARE DENYING ANTHROPOGENIC CAUSES OF THE WORSENING WATER CRISES AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN SPITE OF OVERWHELMING SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE?
WILL ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND BIG DATA BE USEFUL TO UNDERSTAND HUMANS RELATIONSHIP WITH ITS ENVIRONMENT?

Contribute and participate in the first grassroots conference on sociohydrology designed by scientists and practitioners for scientists and practitioners.

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