Fanny and Robert will join the UN-Water Summit on Groundwater in Paris and give an input on December 6th. They will talk about telecoupling effects on groundwater, mainly related to our case-studies in Germany and Croatia.
Linda and collegues are going to chair a session on “Socio-Hydrology: fostering transdisciplinarity in groundwater sciences” at the general assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) 2023 in Vienna. The session welcomes contributions around transdisciplinarity and groundwater research.
Robert will represent the ‘regulate’ project at the AGU (American Geophysical Union) Fall Meeting 2022 on December 16th, with a poster discussion on Groundwater in Telecoupled Social-Ecological Systems.
Along with other water experts, Fanny and Robert spoke with Deutschlandfunk about possible solutions to address future water crises.
Robert talks about drought, groundwater and sustainable water reuse in an interview with Frankfurter Rundschau.
This Friday, September 30th, regulate researchers will conduct the 2nd stakeholder workshop in Rijeka, Croatia. This is part of a larger trandisciplinary research process in this case study.
Fanny and Robert will talk about ways humans affect the natural water cycle and will give recommendations for sustainable (ground)water management under climate change scenarios in Germany and Europe.
During the past few weeks, regulate researchers were speaking at two international conferences.
Fanny introduces ‘regulate’ project in the EWA yearbook 2022 as one “European Highlight”.
In the new article Fanny, Robert and Linda are exploring the various pressures humans put on groundwater and discussing how human-groundwater interactions could be shaped more sustainably.