ISARM2021 | Transboundary Aquifers: Challenges and the way forward, online, 6-9 December 2021

The Second International UNESCO Conference on transboundary aquifers, ISARM2021 “Challenges and the way forward” aims to showcase diverse efforts made by UNESCO and the International and Donor communities - the Global Environment Facitily (GEF), the World Bank (WB), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) - to streamline groundwater as an enabler for achieving the water-related SDGs.

Physical and social scientists, academics, civil servants, development economists, managers, decision-makers, and governmental officers dealing with issues of transboundary aquifers, are invited to participate and attend the Conference.

ISARM2021 will evaluate the progress made by the international community over the past 10 years, considering new challenges and lessons learned, as well as best practices and successful policies, and will compile effective recommendations for practical and operational issues related to TBAs. Debates taking place during the conference will contribute to a better understanding of how to manage this shared but invisible resource.

At the interface between science and policy, this online conference aims to facilitate and inspire dialogue and knowledge sharing, as well as science-based solutions for the sustainable management of transboundary aquifers resources.

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