WED December 11th, 2019, 9:00-13:00 Managed Aquifer Recharge as a real Climate Change adaptation mechanism. Examples and indicators from five continents

As part of the dissemination activities of the H2020 MARSOLut project (, Tragsa and the IAH MAR Commission, with the support of the Spanish Water Technology Platform (PTEA) and other institutions, have begun the organisation of a technical meeting on water management and recharge managed as adaptation mechanisms to climate change.
The event will take place at the EIP Water meeting in Zaragoza on December 11th from 09:00 to 13:00. Participation will consist of 15-minute presentations and a final debate, and is open to your kind proposals. If you wish to present your projects, success or failure cases…, please contact (free entrance with previous inscription).

Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) has been considered for a long time as an important technology to combat the adverse effects of Climate Change (CC). This is not a gratuitous claim. In this workshop organizers and participants will support this statement on the basis of real sites, indicators and cases located all around the world.
MAR is being used in the world in combination with other Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) measures to reduce climate change adverse impacts as an adaptation and even mitigation strategy, to face up CC challenges.
Clear examples will be exposed by the workshop participants. If you are interested in joining the meeting either as speaker or attendant or for more information about the project and the workshop, please contact Enrique Fernández Escalante 
or visit the project-related websites:




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